I Never Disre$p€cted Kumasi Rappers On ‘Facts’ – Yaa P0n0 Explains Lyrics


I Never Disresp€cted Kumasi Rappers On ‘Facts’ – Yaa P0n0 Explains Lyrics

While some have deciphered a line in his latest song ‘Facts’, as a [email protected] thrown at Kumasi-based rappers and the Kumerica movement, Yaa Pono insists he never condemned the movement nor rappers from Kumasi.

Yaa P0no maintained on ‘Facts’ that his talent is unmatched, and threw sh0t$ at Shatta Wale for organising young Kumasi-based rappers for a collaborative song, after doing a collaboration with US star Beyonce.

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“After Beyonce, you do a track with Kumasi rappers,” he rapped, highlighting Shatta Wale’s decision to record a song with Kumasi rappers after he was featured on Beyonce’s record-breaking ‘Already’.

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This didn’t go down well with the Kumerican movement. The lyrical content of P0n0biom’s di$$ song trigg€red in$ults from some Kumasi-based personalities.

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Notable amongst them are rappers Primpong and King Paluta, who were all featured on Shatta Wale’s ‘Ahodwo Las Vegas’ which was the song recorded after Beyonce’s collaboration.

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Both rappers have released separate songs in their attempt to [email protected]$t Yaa P0no for what they describe as a disr€spectful comment.

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Phrimpong titles his ‘That L!ne’ while King Paluta calls his ‘Murd€r [email protected]’.

The two Kumasi-based rappers posited that the Tema-based rapper has nothing to show, despite being a Methuselah in the Ghana music industry, yet has the gut$ to disrespect a movement that has taken the industry by storm.

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In a tweet posted by the Tema-based rapper, he said the lyrics in his song has been miscon$trued.

“I’m King in Kumasi…Igo never [email protected] my people. ‘After Beyonce’ means ksi [Kumasi] is hott€r than US. Read [email protected],” he tweeted.

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His tweet explains it all. He is trying to tell music lovers featuring Kumasi based artists is way bigger than collaborating with Beyonce.


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