No Need for the Arguments; I Rap Better than Sarkodie and M.anifest – Tutulapato

Tutulapato whose real name is Cosmos Boakoh has decided not to take sides in the battle; instead, he acclaims himself a better rapper than the two dissing musicians…

Amid the ongoing clash between A-list rappers Sarkodie and M.anifest, winner of the 2013 Talented Kidz show, Tutulapato has said he raps better than the duo. Tutulapato whose real name is Cosmos Boakoh, has decided not to take sides in the battle instead, he acclaims himself better than the rappers.

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Cosmos was the youngest of seven finalists in the 2013 edition of the reality show for kids. It couldbe recalled that he gave an outstanding performance which made him the overall winner of the competition. Speaking to Pope Skinny on Adom FM’s Kasahari levels, he said that the duo cannot be compared to him, as he is the rap boss. Tutulapato1

He also called for closure on the issue, saying there is a rapper who is very much better than the two; which is himself – Tutulapato. Also on the programme, he gave some lyrical punchlines to prove his claims of rapping better than Sarkodie and Manifest.

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It all started after Sark released his ‘Bossy’ track in which he called himself a boss [Here’s the full Story]. M.anifest subsequently released his song ‘godMC’ which was perceived by Sark tribe to be a diss track against the supposed rap gad. Following the release of M.anifest’s ‘god MC’ and Sark’s ‘Kanta’ the media has been abuzz with different arguments over who started the fight as well as who won the rap battle.

Sarkodie in his bid to reply M.anifest, released a diss track ‘Kanta’ where he literally insulted him in so many ways, consequently drawing the attention of the public to the ‘battle’. The supposed rap battle has seen the entire public including celebrities, take sides as to which diss track is better than the other.

But young Tutulapato, has taken ‘his own side’, as he believes none of the aforementioned rappers measure up to his flows.