Patapaa and Zionfelix saga is getting hotter and interesting as the 'one corner' hitmaker has hit the studio to record a diss song for Zionfelix.
Zionfelix, who has been accused earlier by Patapaa for causing confusion in his marriage shared a video himself addressing issue.
The blogger said in the video that Patapaa should stop talking because he is disgracing the wife.
He also explained to tell Patapaa that he has nothing to do with Liha Miller (wife to Patapaa).
The musician from Swedro has shared a cover art of his yet to be released diss song to Zionfelix.
Patapaa in one of his rants tagged Zionfelix as a womanizer and has used it as the title of the diss song.
As seen on the cover art, "Homonizer," a diss to Zionfelix".
However, the popular Ghanaian blogger, Zionfelix has reacted to the soon to be released diss song.
In a post sighted on Zionfelix Entertainment News, he has also shared the art work of the diss song and has said to his followers to anticipate.
His caption reads, "Wait for it 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣".
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