Ghanaian hip hop musician, Medikal says he's still relevant and he's still producing hit songs after his beef with Strongman.
Their beef came somewhere in 2019 and it is one of the hottest and biggest in the music industry. Both artistes showed ghanaians they are lyrically good.
Last night on United Showbiz the rapper was asked if his beef with Strongman affected him, looking at the audience scoring both artistes and pronouncing Strongman as winner.
He also said he's not saying that to disrespect anyone he has had an encounter with but at the end of the day he's still relevant and still making hits songs and who is losing and who is winning after the beef.
"But at the end of the day if like Pusha T and Drake had a beef/misunderstanding at the end of the day Drake dey make hits, where's Pusha? Not disrespect to anybody way I had such encounter with but at the end of the day am still relevant, a'still dey drop hit songs, so who lose, who is winning?"
He added; "I don't instigate beef. That's not my style or cloud chase. That's not how I blew up. I just drop hit song way I remix am continue to drop my bangers that's it".
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