Say What? Virtually Irrelevant E.L Says He Can’t Beef Any Rapper in Gh Because None Can Touch His Level

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I could really do with some of what E.L is smoking because he just achieved Medikal level of delusion.

E.L, who has not been relevant for three years now since Bisa Kdei’s ‘Artist of the Year’ award was stolen and given to him, claims he’s not into these ‘beef beef’ issues because no rapper in Ghana can touch the level he’s at.

E.L, in an interview on Class Fm Thursday, said the kind of raps he does cannot be done by any other artist in Ghana so it’ll be pointless to beef them.

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“I don’t really see myself battling anybody because I don’t see anybody doing what I do, and everyone knows that,” he said.

“I am not into ‘beefs’ with any artiste. Even if I want to beef it wouldn’t go well because the way I rap, not everybody understands it. My raps are deep, they’re about punch lines.” he added.

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Running your mouth is easy, it’s backing it up that gets people into trouble – just ask Medikal.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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