The CEO of Zylofon Media and Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah – famously known as Nam1 – has swum into the continuous quarrel between rappers Obibini and Amerado.
Taking on the test, he has delivered two diss tracks to react to Amerado while the last has delivered just one to that
Responding to the current fight between his mark-marked artiste and Amerado, Nam1 took to Twitter to add more fuel to the fire by tossing his weight behind his "child".
The best finance manager even went further to allude to getting sorted out a show to dole out the retribution on who is the best rapper among the two.
He tweeted: "Heard my child is occupied pit tapping, punning and peeing on a laborer's poodle remains in a puddle. Hold it @obibiniboafo. M7 would you say you are prepared for a major show? Get the #YardieRemix boisterous and on replay. Favor up @amerado_burner @obibiniboafo"
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In any case, financial backers of his dead gold vendor organization Menzgold will come for his head if Nam1 dares to assemble a show for amusement purposes.
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