Medikal and Teephlow drag Kofi Kinata's name into their new fight
By InnocentNewsGh | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 13 views
The verbal statement time flies has a clear indication in the new drama between Ghana's two talented rappers, Medikal and Teephlow.
The two rappers have indulged in an exchange of tweet which ended their collaboration in the music industry. From the little gathered both of them are claiming to be the best rapper in the country. This is how the fight started.
Teephlow dared Medikal to a rap contest to know his definition of the word unique he posted. Teephlow added he isn't going to insult medikal's wife or his hustle because he respects women.
The tweet from Teephlow annoyed Medikal which made him give his colleague the notice since his song trumpet Ghanaians haven't heard his name. Thank my name and crawl back to your cave, “gye fa car" medikal said adding an emoji of dollors claiming Teephlow should pay his lorry fee with it. Angry Medikal unfollow Teephlow and asked him to do the same after the fight.
However, as at now both rappers are sharing a little bit of hate tweets to themselves and other colleagues supporting each other. Check out the conversion both of them had on twitter below.
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