- Kumerican rappers Phrimpong and King Paluta have dropped diss songs for Yaa Pono
- Phrimpong and Paluta's songs title That Line and Murder Case respectively is in response to Yaa Pono's Facts song in which he dissed Shatta Wale
- In the part of Pono's song dissing Shatta Wale, he made a reference to the Kumerican boys which they have not taken kindly
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A number of Kumerican artistes have bared their teeth at rapper Yaa Pono after he released a song dissing Shatta Wale and other music stars.
Yaa Pono recently released a song titled Facts which he used to throw jabs at Shatta Wale and other Ghanaian musicians.
In the line dissing Shatta Wale, Pono indicated that the Dancehall star after his Already song with Beyonce had gone to do a song with Kumerican (Kumasi) boys.
This comment has not been taken kindly by many of the Kumerican artistes with some of them releasing diss tracks to counter Pono.
Phrimpong was the first to release a diss track for Yaa Pono which he titled That Line. In the song, Phrimpong questioned the legacy of Pono as a senior rapper while virtually insulting.
Not long after, King Paluta also released his version of diss to Pono called Murder Case. Paluta also towed the same line as Phrimpong's belittling Yaa Pono's career amid insults.
The diss songs from the Kumerican rappers have stirred a lot of reactions from music loves on Twitter.
YEN.com.gh has compiled some of the reactions below:
In other news, Afia Schwarzenegger has dislcosed that her twin son, James Heerdegen, and his lover Naa Koshie have broken up.
The breakup was announced by Schwar in a comment to a photo of James and Naa on social media.
The young couple's photo had been shared on a blog after their bedroom photo went viral.
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