If you thought rappers Strongman and Medikal were just having a lyrical war, then we are sorry to let you know that it is actually far from that.
The Strong Empire boss has equivocally made it clear that he has no handshakes with the AMG signee.
Speaking to Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM Monday morning, the ‘Don’t Try’ rapper said there is no way he will meet Medikal and extend his hand to greet him.
According to the rapper also know as Naasei, they have not been exchanging pleasantries before the beef started so same will continue anytime the two meet.
He further made it known on the program BIGUPSGH.COM monitored that unlike TeePhlow that they meet at times and have conversations, such a thing has never happened between the ‘Omo Ada’ hitmaker and himself so it will not make sense to befriend him after this saga.
“We’ve not been shaking hands in the past so same will continue when we meet. It’s not lien we used exchange pleasantries before this beef happened and I’m going to stop.
Since we’ve not been shaking hands, same old story is going to continue whenever I meet him” Strongman told Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM.
Strongman and Medikal for the past days have been on a lyrical war. All started when Medikal in a tweet opined that he saved rap music in a Ghana some four years ago.
This angered some rappers in the country to come at him and in an attempt to reply them, Medikal released ‘To whom it may concern’ addressing all the rappers who cannot fathom his assertion that he saved rap music four years back.
After the release of ‘To Whom It may Concern’ song, it pushed Strongman to also enter the studio to record ‘Don’t try’, a direct diss song directed at Medikal.
Few hours after the ‘Don’t try’ diss song, Medikal also replied the former Sarkcess Music artiste with ‘The Last Burial’.
Strongman who didn’t also take ‘The Last Burial’ song lightly came back again with ‘Immortal’ to defend that he is indeed better than his rival, Medikal.
Following the beef songs the two rappers released to attack themselves, many Ghanaians including Yvonne Nelson, Yaa Jackson, Prince David Osei, Akwaboah, Kwaw Kese and many others publicly declared their support for Strongman after listening to the content of his two diss songs, Don’t Try and Immortal.