Talented rapper, Bismark Baah, popularly known in showbiz circles as Kwame Baah has detailed in a chat with Zionfelix on the much talked about ‘Uncut’ show how the perceived beef with Flowking Stone, a rapper he considers a brother and a godfather, started some years ago.
He revealed that some fans of rap music started the whole beef thing between them when he performed one of his songs with bars which sought to suggest that there were no ‘kings’ in the rap industry of Ghana at his “Everything Is Possible” album signing after Flowking failed to show up, even though he had invited him.
Kwame Baah stressed that it was not true that those bars were in any way about Flowing but he enjoyed the sort of attention it gave his music career at the time.
He further disclosed in the interview that the issue which almost died off after this first episode was lighted when he decided to share a rap tune of one up and coming rap musician he manages, Kwaku Darlington.
The “Ene Wo Nne” hitmaker stressed that people were all in arms for him and claiming that he was beefing Flowking because the particular song was tagged a diss track to the “Blow My Mind” hitmaker. He stated that even though it might have been a diss track, he decided to share it for Kwaku Darlington to also get the hype but not to insult Flowking.
When he was asked, however, the sort of relationship he has with Flowingking Stone, Kwame Baah revealed that all was well.
Watch the video of rapper Kwame Baah making this revelation on the ‘Uncut’ show below: