Yaw Tog Narrates How Asakaa Boys Said They Can’t Work With Him Again And Deleted His Verses (+ Screenshot)

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Kumasi rapper Yaw Tog has opened up on frictions between him and the rest of the Asakaa movement.

Yaw Tog released a remix to his viral “Sore” song two days ago featuring British rapper Micheal Omari better known as Stormy and Kwesi Arthur.

READ ALSO: Yaw Tog Clears Confusion Over The Exclusion Of O’Kenneth And Asakaa Boys From “Sore Remix” (+ Screenshot)

The release has since generated specualtions of bad blood between Yaw Tog and the rest of the Asakaa movement which led to the exclusion of O’Kenneth and Jay Bahd and other rappers who were on the original song.

Yaw Tog took to his Twitter account to explain where all the friction started from.

He narrated how the Asakaa boys said they can’t work with him because he decided not to sign to their record label; Living Live Records.

READ ALSO: Asakaa Kumerican Artistes Reject 3Music Awards Nominations, Declares Boycott Of The Awards Scheme

He said the group went as far as deleting his verses which he recorded with them because of his decision not to join their label.

Yaw Tog however claims he still loves them because they are part of his success story.

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