Home Lifestyle 'Go to hell' -Ibrah One tells Serwaa Amihere

‘Go to hell’ -Ibrah One tells Serwaa Amihere

- Advertisement -

Ghanaian young millionaire Ibrahim Dauda popularly known as Ibrah One has also taken a swipe at newscaster Serwaa Amihere for asking Strongman to apologise to Fella Makafui.

Ibrah One in a post on social media told the media personality and others who are of the view that Strongman must apologise, to go to hell.

ALSO READ: Serwaa Amihere torn into pieces online for asking Strongman to apologize to Ghanaian women for dissing Fella Makafui

“Those saying Strongman should apologise to Fella can go to hell. If you can’t stand the heat leave the country”, he wrote.

See post below;

ALSO READ: Xandy Kamel slams Amihere for being biased towards Strongman

Serwaa Amihere who is a newscaster at GhOne received backlash from scores of Ghanaians after she told Strongman to apologise to Ghanaian women for disrespecting Fella Makafui in his diss song to Medikal titled ‘Immortal’.

Some Ghanaians are of the view that Medikal should be the one apologising because he was the first to involve Strongman’s girlfriend in his second diss song dubbed ‘The Last Burial.

Get Ghana Latest News in your inbox each morning.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


Friday, February 21, 2020
28 ° C
28 °
28 °
94 %
31 %
28 °
28 °
28 °
28 °
27 °

Most Read

Man Tracy dumped to marry Kennedy has been identified; he is a National Service personnel

The newly wedded couple (Tracy Ameyaw and Kennedy Osei Asante) have been in the news lately. Their wedlock has indeed stepped on...

Pre-birthday photos of Baby Maxin, Mcbrown’s daughter hit online

Sensational Kumawood actress Nana Ama Mcbrown has finally shown the face of her daughter to Ghanaians in her pre-birthday photos.

Fadda Dickson shares story of how Kennedy snatched Tracy from her boyfriend

The managing director of the Despite Media Group Dr. Fadda Dickson Narh popularly known as Fadda Dickson has in his new post...

Chloroquine discovered as the anti-viral drug for Coronavirus

One of the oldest anti-malaria drugs in the world, especially in African, is the Chloroquine. Now, through the chase...