Commercial s.ex workers at Lapaz issue press statement saying their sales have gone down after Amerado dissed Obibini

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There’s a purported official statement coming from the hierarchy of commercial sex workers at Lapaz demanding apology and retraction of Amerado’s diss song aimed at Obibini.  

Per the statement released which is gradually making waves online, the sex workers-locally called ashawo, claim since Amerado lyrically said Obibini sleeps with cheap sluts at Lapaz in his song ‘Throne’, it has reduced their sales drastically and affected their ‘reputable’ image.

Recall that Amerado hours ago clapped back at Obibini with “The Throne” after he came through with “Deceased,” as they tore each other into pieces over a recent disagreement emanating from Amerado’s freestyle session on Capital Radio in London.

We can’t immediately tell if this is a parody of a sort but we’ll update this post should there be any further development.

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See the press statement below;

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