Rap Fada Apologizes To King Paluta Following Assertion That His ‘Odo Bi Ye Bad’ Song Would’ve Still Hit Without Him

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Rap Fada has apologized to King Paluta over a recent remark made about him.

Speaking in a current interview with ZionFelix, Rap Fada argued that his ‘Odo Bi Ye Bad’ song would have still hit without King Paluta.

The Ghanaian artiste asserted that Paluta’s verse wouldn’t have been known if he had sung it alone or was not on his song.

According to him, the vibe that his song carries also did the magic.

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However, Rap Fada admitted his mistake of making such a statement during an interview with Fiifi Pratt on Kingdom FM.

“You are reported to have said that if he [King Paluta] had not been part of the song, it would have still gained more popularity. Is it true that you said this? And do you still stand by your words?” the host asked.

Rap Fada answered: “Yes, it is true. I said that about him. Honestly, something happened that triggered my comment, but it is not necessary for me to go deep into those issues. I know he [King Paluta] is not hurt by what I said because of my rapport with him.

“We have come a long way in life, so I will not let this distort our relationship. I would like to use this opportunity to apologise to him if my remarks offended him in any way.”

Watch the interview below.

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