Ghanaian artist, Bosom P-Yung has warned his fellow artists not to reach out to him for a verse on their songs.
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This comes after he expressed his displeasure in Lord Paper for taking his verse off his ‘Skin Pain’ track without his notice. According to him, Lord Paper should have informed him and stated reasons why he took his verse off before doing so but instead, he recruited another artist on the project.
In response to that, Lord Paper clapped back at Bosom by saying the latter could have reached out to him personally for matters to be settled amicably and for a better explanation but instead, he decided to register his sentiments on social media just for social media clout.
In a recent video sighted by ghgossip.com, Bosom P-Yung has stated that no artist should call him for his verse on their song because he has stopped being kind to other artists.
Watch the video below:
In other news, Ghanaian Dancehall musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., also known as Shatta Wale has reacted to speculations made on social media that he mostly engages controversies to get the attention of Ghanaians.
Aside from being one of the best musicians in Ghana, Shatta Wale is well known to be one of the outspoken music personalities in Ghana. Due to his controversies, many have presumed that Shatta Wale mostly engages in beefs just for attention.
Well, that sounds like a perfect strategy for him to promote his craft especially when he is about to drop a new project. Not only Shatta Wale, but almost every artist would also try to trend for certain reasons before dropping a new project.