Cabum Reacts To Allegation That He Disrespected Women In His ‘Zakari’ Song

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Ghanaian rapper, Cabum has come under criticisms for ‘dissing’ women in his ‘Zakari’ song which features Stonebwoy and Sarkodie.

We understand the words he used were so bad that digital TV station based in Accra, TV7 has blacklisted the video from their network.

The TV station stopped playing the song after discovering the offensive lyrics which describes women as having a bad body odour like ‘koobi.’

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But reacting to the accusations, the rapper posted a video online saying he had and still has no intention whatsoever to disrespect women.

According to him, he loves women, especially Ghanaian women and will in no way disrespect them.

Watch the video below:

 

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They say I’ve disrespected women so they’ve banned my song #Zakari 🙄

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