Obibini chastises Amerado over ‘Kyibom’ track
Zylofon signee, David Kwaku Effum Boafo known in showbiz circles as Obibini has called on Ghanaians not to compare his co-rapper, Amerado to him since it took the latter a year before replying to his rap jab music “Carcass.”
According to him, the “Obiaa Boa” hit maker is lyrically weak and worth not his attention.
Responding to Amerado’s current diss track “Kyibom”, Obibini indicated that he was the master of Amerado and the latter wanted to use him to climb to the lime light, hence the current song.
“He is obsessed with the boy [me]. He knows I am his master, whatever. Any time of the day, he looks up to me. Let me tell you what happened, do you know it took him a year to reply to the ‘Carcass’ I dropped for him?” Obibini queried.
He revealed that his line in “Carcass” inspired Amerado to drop his “Patience” track which featured Black Sherif.
“I called him tortoise and his next song was ‘Akyekyedie nantie,” Obibini said.
The Hustle hitmaker described Amerado as a disrespectful kid, adding that anyone who compared Amerado to him was making a wrong comparison.
“Anybody who compares Obibini to Amerado is like comparing Otabil to Kumchacha or something,” Obibini stated.
He said if it took Amerado a year to reply to his “Carcass,” he would also take a year to get back at him for dissing him in his “Kyibom” track.
It could be recalled that the duo engaged in rap banter a year ago around August when the rappers, Amerado and Obibini locked in a lyrical beef following the former’s freestyle on Tim Westwood’s show.