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Strongman Burner jabs Teephlow for disrespecting Sarkodie in a tweet.

Follow @eventlabgh < In latest development, award winning rapper Strongman Burner broke silence on his arch rivals tweet after he...

By Eventlabgh , in Entertainment News , at June 13, 2019


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In latest development, award winning rapper Strongman Burner broke silence on his arch rivals tweet after he parted ways with former label, Sarkcess Music few months ago. Teephlow chewed out both parties in a timely tweet immediately they parted ways. He wrote – “When two heads come together to shut one person, And they end up being shut down. Gods own”.

In an exclusive interview with Sammy Flex on Zylofon 102.1 FM this morning, Strongman was there to promote his new single featuring Kelvyn Boy titled “Crazy”. During the interview, he was asked, “now that Sarkodie is no more defending you on the war between you and Teephlow, are you going to continue or you’ll stop?”

In response, Strongman hinted that he was marveled at Teephlow’s outcry regarding why Sarkodie tweeted his “Charcoal” diss song because he equally had people who stood up for his diss song when it was released.

He added, in as much as Teephlow dissed him and Sarkodie on his “Preach” song, he got well respected industry people like Da Hammer, Kwaw Kesse and Edem throwing their weights behind him by tweeting the song. What hurts him the most is, Sarkodie gave him his biggest hit song “Warning” yet he went ahead to disrespect him.

Stating that, he should have maintained his respect for Sarkodie regardless. Making it clear he doesn’t attach emotions when it comes to beefing because beef is beef. But the battle for supremacy continues.

He also lamented that, though he was signed to Sarkcess Music, he didn’t get the chance to feature Sarkodie on any of his songs. But most acts have had great opportunities to record with the African rap god Sarkodie which is till date people biggest records including Teephlow.

Written by: John Claude Tamakloe.

Source: Beenie Words