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Yaa Pono endorses Strongman’s diss songs to Medikal

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The Renowned King of Beef, Yaa Pono has endorsed Strongman over Medikal in the ongoing rap battle between Medikal and Stronger.

Yaa Pono, the first artist to ever have shut down controversial musician, Shatta Wale with his famous diss song “Gbee Naabu” has chosen his favorite in the battle.

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Breaking his silence for the first after the beef started on Friday, 21st June 2019, Yaa Pono silently praised Strongman.

The Hiplife Artist if the year winner at the Vodafone Ghan Music Awards 2019 tagged Strongman in a post on his social media handles and using emojis, revealed Stronger is a jet and he is far gone!.

Yaa Pono posted on his social media handles: “@strongmanburner .. ???”

Yaa Pono endorses Stronger over Medikal

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Knowing the Beef king and how he uses little to no words to express his deepest feelings, it not hard to know his deep affection for Strongman’s diss songs.

At the end of the weekend, both Medikal and Strongman released two diss song each and one mainstream song. Medikal released “To Whom It May Concern” and ” The Last Burial”. He also released “Drip” featuring Joel B and Kofi Mole last night.

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Strongman, on the other hand, released “Don’t Try” and “Immortal”. He also released “Ups and Down” which he featured M.anifest. But so far, Stronger has received most of the endorsement from Ghanaians after listing to all songs.

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