"I can punch better than this" - Sister Afia react to Yaa Pono's diss song to Shatta Wale
By Obededom | self meida writer
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Ghana popular songstress Sister Afia wildly react to Yaa Pono's diss song to Shatta Wale, Sarkodie and Tiny on twitter to state that "she can punch better than this".
Yaa Pono just released a song titled 'Fact' which is a diss song to Shatta Wale, Sarkodie and Tinny. Many reactions stepped in on twitter immediately after Yaa Pono released his diss song.
At a time many were tweeting about Yaa Pono's diss song, the popular songstress, Sister Afia added her tweet which reads that "i can punch better than this".
Though Sister Afia didn't specifically mention Yaa Pono's name on her tweet but at the time her tweet came in, many people on twitter including her fans stated that the popular female vocalist was referring to Yaa Pono.
Despite Yaa Pono receiving soo many accolades for some serious punchlines in her song titled fact, Sister Afia still came in with her tweet that she can punch better than Yaa Pono.
Sister Afia's tweet can be seen below.
Many people reacted wildly to Sister Afia's tweet and reaction on Yaa Pono's diss song but the songstress never cared to delete the tweet.
Can Sister Afia really punch better than Yaa Pono? Well, that is the question many people are yet to find the answer on twitter.
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