Popular rapper, songwriter and musician Asem real name (Nana Wiafe Asante-Mensah), has taken his beef with Sarkodie to another level in his recent video.
In the video Asem seemed to be referring to current reigning rapper Sarkodie as he made reference to his Sub-Zero song.
The “Give Me Blow” hitmaker was seen to be jabbing Sarkodie for recording a diss song that was only relevant for 2 days in the country.
According to Asem, next time Sarkodie decides to drop a diss song, he should do a rap that is danceable and goes beyond “beefing”.
While speaking his heart out, Asem decided to give his “younger brother” Sarkodie some business advice and also told him that all champions do not need to be afraid of a challenge if they want to prove their worth.
Asem also added that Sarkodie had not replied to his challenge because he was afraid, proving that he was not the champion of Ghana rap like he claims to be.
“You dey fear. You don’t have guts but you want glory. I was minding my own business, let history record this. The truth matters, the truth is very important”, Asem said.
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Asem reiterated that as it stands now, people including Sarkodie’s fans will continue to club with his soon-to-be-released song “Benita Benito” because he was looking beyond beefing with rappers but rather cash in on all his works.
Asem further thanked Sarkodie for promoting him. According to Asem they always poke the beast, when the beast responds then they begin to cry.
Asem and Sarkodie are believed to be engaged in some form of subtle beef to prove who is the best in Ghana.
After Asem threw a challenge to Sarkodie, the latter released Sub-Zero which trended for a few days.