Ghanaian record producer and rapper, Cabum has released a diss song to rapper, Strongman.
The diss song, "Fvck Strongman", which was released on Sunday has sparked reactions on social media.
Many people are of the view that Cabum wants attention that's why he has attacked Strongman.
Compared to the beef between Amerado and Lyrical Joe, there's no much noise on Cabum's diss song to Strongman.
Probably, fans are not ready for this particular beef between the two rappers from Kumasi.
In a post sighted on Facebook, Strongman Burner has reacted to the diss song meant for him.
He, however, used a different angle of responding to the diss song and also shaded Cabum.
According to Strongman, it is not every action that demands response as some needs pictures.
"Not every action demands response, some need pictures," he said.
From his reply, it seems Strongman is not prepared and also not going to make a diss song for Cabum. This means, their beef won't happen now maybe in the future.
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