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Lapaz Ashawo Workers cry out over low sales after Amerado mentioned them in his beef with Obibini

Ashawo sworkers in La Paz, outside Accra, expressed their discontent with the lyrical comments made by rapper Amerado during the ongoing feud with rapper Obibini.

Yesterday, two artists came to the booth to show Ghanaians which of them is more talented and has a sick bar in the rap brotherhood. This is after Amerado challenged Obibini to answer him if he wasn't satisfied with his freestyle at Tim Westwood in England.

Obibini accepted the challenge and decided to lash out at Amerado with the Diss theme "The Late". As expected, Amerado responded with his version called "The Throne". "Unfortunately" the Lapaz sex workers received some stray bullets.

In one of his lines, the rapper said: "... wo di ashawofo? W? Lapaz (English: you sleep with a prostitute in Lapaz)".

In a statement Wednesday, the National Association for Prostitution stated that the rapper's lyrical statement sought to "undermine and degrade" the "integrity" of its members because their transactions are internationally recognized.

They also exclaimed that since last night their sales have fallen by 50%, reflecting the impact of the Amerado statement, which "irritated many of our customers and trusted customers."

Therefore, in addition to 100 boxes of condoms and 100 boxes of Postino 2, the association also requested the withdrawal of this line, a public apology and 10,000 Djibouti in cash. The

contest between musicians began when Amerado appeared on the show with compatriots Yaw Tog and Kweku Flick in Tim Westwood, England, and hit Obibini in his freestyle rap.

Amerado uses Obibini's new nickname "Wudini" to dissuade him, saying that he is a crazy rapper who is not close to him.

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