Apology Galore: Apologize to Ama Strong Then We Can Talk About Fella – Strongman tells Medikal

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The beef that refuses to die. Every second you turn your head around something else is going on.

GhOne Tv’s Serwaa Amihere, who decided to hypocritically jump in the beef from only one perspective, called on Strongman to apologize for demeaning Fella Makafui in his raps.

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Considering Medikal also attacked Strongman’s girlfriend, people were pissed at Serwaa for only calling for Fella to be apologized to.

Thankfully social media didn’t spare her for her hypocrisy and roasted her like a steak, but that’s another story you can read about here.

Strongman himself responded to Serwaa and said he won’t apologize to Fella until Medikal has done the same to his girl.

According to Strongman, Medikal brought the ladies into the beef first when he attacked his girlfriend Ama in ‘Last Burial’.

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“I do not have any problem with Fella Makafui but because Medikal dragged my girlfriend into the ‘beef’, that is why I also jabbed Fella,” he said.

Strongman added: “I will only apologize if he apologizes to my girlfriend,”

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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