The Day Sarkodie Retires Is The Day Your Career Dies — Medikal Punches M.anifest In Defence Of Sark

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Medikal has now turned into a ‘grown man’ after winning a couple of awards at the recent VGMA awards, considering he now has the balls to attack one of the most lethal counterpunchers on the Ghanaian rap scene, M.anifest.

M.anifest once went toe-to-toe with Sarkodie himself and in the end, was the consensus winner of that beef; yet Medikal has decided to slam him today.

Medikal’s comments come after some verses in M.anifest’s recent single ‘Rapper 101’ which has been interpreted as a dig at Sarkodie. In it, M.anifest slams a certain rapper for being too superficial with enough visual cues to point to Sarkodie. Read M.anifest’s supposed ‘diss’ to Sark here.

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Anyway, in defence of Sarkodie, Medikal has decided to take a not too subtle shot at M.Dot. In a post on Twitter, he claimed that the only time M.anifest gets attention is when he attacks Sarkodie and that if Sark wasn’t there anymore M.anifest wouldn’t have a career.

He wrote: “The only time your music gets attention is when you diss Obidi,so if Obidi stop de do music you die be that.”

It takes a bold one to try to go against M.anifest. Shatta and Stonebwoy are dying down so we could use a beef right about now – although it’s going to be a very short one since Medikal isn’t anywhere near M.Dot’s level.

For the record, M.anifest has denied those verses were a shot at Sarkodie.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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