Jay Bhad Reacts To Recent Social Media Beef Between Asakaa Boys, Kawabanga And Kwaku DMC – Watch Video

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In the midst of the ongoing social media uproar involving Asakaa Boys members Kawabanga and Kwaku DMC,another prominent figure in the Ghanaian music group, Jay Bhad has revealed he has no knowledge of any form of beef between the two musicians.

Responding to reports suggesting there was a heated exchange between Kawabanga and Kwaku DMC recently via various media platforms both parties got, Jay Bhad expressed his lack of knowledge regarding any social media feud between the two artists.

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The rapper emphasized that he has been preoccupied with promoting his upcoming concert scheduled for December 22, 2023, at the Baba Yare Sports Stadium in Kumasi.

In an interview with Zionfelix on the ‘Uncut Show’, Jay Bhad revealed that due to his busy schedule, he rarely follows social media events and as such he has not seen any of the things that have supposedly happened. 

When  Zionfelix asked if he was willing to invite Kawabanga to perform at his upcoming concert, Jay Bhad asserted that there was no need for a formal invitation.

According to him, Kawabanga is not just a colleague but a brother, and as such, he is always welcome to support and perform at any of his concerts or shows without a formal invitation.

This revelation of the “Anadwo” hitmaker comes amidst growing recent tension within the Asakaa Boys group, with Kawabanga attributing his exit and that of other members to the actions of Kwaku DMC.

Kawabanga detailed instances of alleged disrespect, including a purported disrespectful voice note sent by Kwaku DMC to City Boy. Additionally, Kawabanga claimed that financial discussions between Kwaku DMC and Ovawise were conducted without the knowledge of other members.

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