It could be recalled that between the 2005-2007 music year, there was a pandemonium between rap legends, Obrafour and Lord Kenya (now turn pastor) over who wears the "Rap Heavyweight Champion" belt.
Rap legend has revealed that his beef with Lord Kenya was for sales purpose
Rap legend Obrafour has revealed that his beef with Lord Kenya was for sales purpose not real.
Lord Kenya started the prolonged beef by hitting Obrafour below the belt on some of his hit tracks such as"Enyom No", "Baby Nayoka" etc., calling his colleague “Tico” (midget).
Obrafour in response did similar to claim the "Rap Heavyweight Champion" title and it resulted into huge sales.
Believe it or not, 'Rap Sofour' Obrafour has come out to clear the air about his 'unexisting' beef with Lord Kenya. According to him, they needed sales and the beef really helped at the time.
“There was no animosity or whatsoever between us and it wasn’t planned. We needed the sales and it really helped. Because any time Lord Kenya dropped his album, people rushed to buy it just to hear if he had thrown shots at me and any time I dropped my album people rushed to get the album just find out if I had thrown shots at him,” he said.
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