Amerado and Obibini are lyrically facing each other with flaming diss track they have released. it started with Amerado's freestyle on Tim Westwood TV when he thew a jab and mention '' wudini'' a slogan that obibini uses.
The beef started when Amerado was interview on Tv3, He denied dissing Obibini and said '' do you think l will be on a world platform and throwing shots to someone l have been working harder than''
This didn't go well for Obibini and He dropped a diss track telling Amerado that he is forcing him self on the kumerican wave to trend. This too didn't go well for Amerado , Amerado also drop the throne to hit Obibini . after the throne diss Obibini released another diss for Amerado tittle ''' carcass '' and Amerado hints of releasing another diss song for Obibini. Both of them are lyrically good , this beef is the number trending beef on social media now and many people are interested to know who will win this battle between Amerado and Obibini .
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