Those Who Danced to ‘Man’s Not Hot’ But are Slamming Patapaa’s ‘Skopatumana’ are All Hypocrites — Nana Aba Anamoah

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The new unofficial PRO of the Pa2Pa movement nationwide, Nana Aba Anamoah, has slammed Ghanaians who are looking down on Patapaa’s new viral rap routine ‘Skopatumana’.

Whilst Patapaa’s hilarious rap has gone viral, others have slammed him for never releasing sensible songs and tagging those enjoying the rap as ‘villagers’ or uncivilized folks.

Nana Aba Anamoah, who has been at the forefront of promoting this ‘Skopatumana’ challenge, has hit out at such people for being hypocrites and always looking down at things just because they are Ghanaian.

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According to her, many of these same critics enjoyed Michael Dapaah’s ‘Man’s Not Hot’ single where he raps a lot of gibberish such as ‘the thing go skraarr’, or PSY’s ‘Gangnam Style’ single, yet are looking down on Patapaa doing the same thing.

Nana Aba took the critics to task on her twitter page.

She wrote: “My mentions. I love the way you’re supporting Patapaaa and his . As for those condemning it, we know you danced so many times to Gangnam style and the ting go skkrrrraa. Hypocrites. E bi only you get sense.”

Check out her post below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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