Ghanaian rapper, Amerado has finally apologised to the "one corner" hitmaker, Patapaa in an interview.
Amerado also dissed Patapaa in his beef with Obibini. The mention of "Patapaa" in his diss song, "The Throne" was directed at Obibini but Patapaa was offended by the rapper's verse.
Later, the "one corner" hitmaker dissed Amerado and other musicians who have used his name wrongly in their songs.
Amerado hours ago in an interview with Peace FM has apologised to Patapaa.
According to the rapper, he doesn't have any bad feelings towards Patapaa and also will never sit down for somebody to disrespect his brand.
He said sometimes when rappers get too emotional they make certain references which they don't think it might hit someone's feelings. Amerado said if he had relaxed and analyse his lyrics, he wouldn't have used Patapaa's music.
Amerado said he's very sorry to Patapaa for making any reference which affected Patapaa's brand.
"Follow hype wobɛ twam sɛ Patapaa nnwom", Amerado explaining his verse said he was talking about "one corner" because it had it season so he referred it to Obibini's career.
Watch the interview in the link below
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