The enmity between the two rappers started when Obibini revealed that Amerado subtly jabbed him in his freestyle with Tim Westwood on the Capital Xtra Radio in London a couple of days ago.
Obibinii in a video posted on his official Instagram page replied to the alleged diss from Amerado telling him he can’t go a lyrical war with him because he’s not on his level and he has achieved a lot more in the game than him.
Amerado also in an exclusive interview with MzGee on Accra-based television station TV3 revealed the lines Obibinii is talking about was not a shot thrown at him but if he feels offended, he can go ahead and hit the studio and record a diss song for him as he’s ready for him on any day.
Fast forward, Obibini jumped into the studio and acted accordingly by releasing a monster diss song titled ‘Deceased’ basically to dim the arrogance of the ‘Yeete Nsem’ crooner.
In the song, Obibini talked about how he has achieved a lot as a rapper like a house he’s living in and the cars he drives compared to what Amerado has achieved as a rapper over the years.
In the process, Amerado also showed his rapping dexterity by recording a diss song titled ‘The Throne’ to counteract the tentative issues raised by Obibini in his ‘Deceased’ song.
And following social media commentary, opinions are divided in reference to which rapper actually murdered the other in the two diss songs released so far – Deceased Vs The Throne.
And analyzing the conversations closely, most netizens are of the view that Obibini is on top of affairs as those who are rallying behind Amerado are doing so because they have English compression problem as Obibini was rapping in English.