Highly decorated Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie has intervened by calling for circumspection with respect to a purported beef which exists between his label’s signee, Strongman and the Fante rap heavyweight, Teephlow.
Following the release of a lyrically dense record titled Preach by Teephlow last week, several rap patrons have been deciphering the lyrics in the song and considering them to be a reply to Strongman who had lyrically descended on Teephlow earlier this year, on a track titled Charcoal.
Strongman, who was apparently being ridiculed on social media following the release of Preach, showed desperation to reply Teephlow with a record.
As a prior move to release his desired reply to Teephlow, Strongman sought the permission of his boss, Sarkodie to engage in the lyrical battle with Teephlow.
Below is Strongman’s tweet to Sarkodie for the said permission:
👑 @sarkodie please lemme dirty my body tomorrow p3
I promise I won’t do it again
— BabyGirl (@StrongmanBurner) April 7, 2018
However, Sarkodie, in a tweet has called on the lyrical geniuses to be circumspect as they engage in a lyrical war, which can be said to have originated from the Next Big Thang Rap Competition few years ago.
The multiple award-winning rapper tweeted the following:
As much as the fans would love to see the friction and Beef, y'all can keep them entertained but make sure it doesn't move from that circle … at the end of the day I know the ❤️ and respect y'all have for each other 😊😊🇬🇭 #RapFacts
— HIGHES➕ (@sarkodie) April 12, 2018