Ghanaian hip hop artist Lukeman Ekow Baidoo popularly known as Teephlow has revealed in an interview that he didn’t jubilate about Strongman’s departure from Sarkcess Music.

According to the ‘Forgive’ hitmaker, he wasn’t happy about Strongman’s departure because it’s very hard to get help these days.

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Teephlow

He added that he was very close with Strongman throughout ‘The Next Big Thing’ show and even had discussions about managerial issues.

“Me and strongman, we have had so many conversations lowkey about all these managerial issues.

The day I see the message e pain me for am because I understand how it feels to be in a label and you have to come out.

Everybody will want to be in a label and continue. It pain me give am because getting help is really difficult so being in that space I thought it’s amazing for him”, he stated.

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Teephlow also added that he was surprised when the CEO of Sarkcess Music took sides with Strongman to diss him.

According to the award-winning rapper, he wasn’t expecting Sarkodie to take part in a lyrical war between two young rappers.

“So me wey I dey der, wey I dey look up to Sark waa, as Strongman drop the Charcoal song, that was a straight diss to me, I ignored it. It was never a problem for me until I started seeing Sark’s tweet about it.

So I am like ok fine, he is with Sarkcess Music which means he must support anything he does but Kanye West was not supporting Pusha T beefing Drake, Rick Ross wasn’t doing the same when Meek Mill had an issue with Nicki Minaj or Drake. You either stay back or come forward to try and settle it”, he added.

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Lizbeth has a B.A in Communication Studies (Journalism option) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She loves to read, travel and has a strong passion for writing.