Medikal’s claim that he saved rap in Ghana wasn’t meant to be disrespectful, says Sarkodie.
Speaking during a recent interview with 4SyteTV, the latter argued that the ‘Omo Ada’ act is allowed to expressed how he feels about his craft.
“He genuinely feels that and he has to be able to say what he feels. He expressed it. He wasn’t disrespecting anyone. When I am rapping and I say I am the best, I don’t think about Obrafour even though he is champion,” stated Sarkodie.
“I don’t think he’s trying to go at anyone but as a rapper, you are supposed to feel like that.”
An assertion by Medikal that he had saved rap in Ghana for four years is believed to have ignited a few between himself and StrongMan.
He released the song ‘To Whom It May Concern’ seeking to back his statement whilst lashing out at people who called him out because of his statement.
StrongMan also responded with ‘Don’t Try’ which sees him tell Medikal to stop his assertion that he saved rap in Ghana.
Medikal hit back at StrongMan with scathing ‘The Last Burial.’
The 5 minutes 20 Seconds was downright nasty – vulgar name-calling, insinuations and lots of allegations.
StrongMan responded with the last of the four-track lyrical feud – ‘Immortal’ – lashing out at rapper Medikal and his girlfriend, Fella Makafui.
“Asɛm no kraa yɛn to sɛbe. Who go choose Fella over Debby?” rappped StrongMan on the TubhaniMuzik-produced song. He also makes allegations about Medikal and Makafui.