Use that energy to better yourself - Kwaw Kese speaks on artist beef

January 27th 2023, 12:35:33 pm

Ghanaian rapper Kwaw Kese has weighed in on the recent beef between Yaa Pono and Sarkodie.

I don’t feel celebrated by Ghanaians – Kwaw Kese

According to Kwaw Kese, musicians should stop "wasting time" on musicians who are way ahead of them in the industry and rather concentrate on building their craft.

"If you diss someone who’s ahead of you in everything, you’re wasting your time. Use that energy to better yourself," he wrote.


Yaa Pono, Yesterday January 25, 2023 released a song titled 'Yard' which, which according to music lovers and fans ,is a diss to Sarkodie.

The lyrics of the song were interpreted as a direct attack to rapper Sark, who recently featured on the re-make of late Bob Marley's classic love song, "Stir It Up."

On the song, Yaa Pono touted his prowess as he claimed superiority over other rappers. He boasted of performing at events every weekend. He emitted that he is feared by some industry players while alleging spiritual attacks on his person.

“Monkeys, some of your fans will still hail me,” he rapped in the Twi language as he claimed to be the king of the rap music space.


"Who runs this yard? It's Pono who runs this yard."

Kwaw Kese's latest tweet drew the attention of Yaa Pono, who also took to his Twitter to respond.

According to him, Kwaw Kese should putt his grievances and advices in an official song if he dares to battle it out with him.

"Put whatever u wanna say on a beat, I respond to tune not speeches," Yaa Pono tweeted.


However, Sarkodie has in the past week been under fire for ignoring and disrespecting his colleagues when it comes to honoring feature requests.

Yaa Pono’s latest song has caused a frenzy on social media between the fans of rap legend Yaa Pono and Landlord Sarkodie.

Dorcas Agambila
Dorcas Agambila is an experienced entertainment journalist who covers all aspects of the entertainment industry and is committed to highlighting Ghana's excellence in it.


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