Rapper Flowking Stone has reacted to the rumoured intentions of Sarkodie to ignite a beef between the duo by deliberately ignoring him in his ‘Take it Back’ song.
According to the rapper, he is too grown but that will never stop him from repling to anyone who starts a diss which is genuine.
Flowking Stone made this comment while speaking on Pluzz FM. When asked how he feels over the fact that Sarkodie ignored him whiles giving props to rappers including Pappy Kojo, Strongman, T Phlow and more on his Take it Back song, he said he does not think Sarkodie meant any malice when he ignored him because he has mentioned his name a couple of times.
He’s done a song and mentioned my name before. I also did songs and mentioned his name. I guess on that track he didn’t just feel like doing it and it’s cool. It’s his line and it has nothing to do with me.
The Fire Bon Dem hit-maker said he is almost at the same age Jesus Christ died [Which is 33 years]. He continued that despite the fact that he is not into planned beef, he is ever ready to fire at anyone who throws genuine jabs at him.
If you hit me and it’s real I will hit back. I don’t like planned beefs. I will reply when it’s genuine.
We would still recall that there had also been rumours of a beef between Flowking Stone and Sarkodie after the former released the ‘Fire Bon Dem’ remix featuring Sarkodie and Shatta Wale.
Do not forget we are not yet done with the beef between Shatta Wale and Criss Waddle over the ‘Bie Gya’ song. Time and space will fail us if we venture into enumerating the beefs that have been, or are still among musicians in Ghana.
One may begin to wonder what is the actual essence of these incessant beefs among Ghanaian musicians – both the genuine ones and the rumoured one. Could it be that they enjoy the whole controversy sparked up in the media and among fans by these squabbles which in the right sense are trivial? Is it the same in other countries?
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