Mr Logic replies Strongman after he called him out on Twitter over his performance on #ROG

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Music producer and entertainment analyst Mr Logic has replied Ghanaian rapper, Strongman in an equal measure after the latter opened fire on Mr Logic over comments he made concerning the rapper’s performance on JMJ’s ‘Riddim of the gods’.

Yesterday, Strongman shrouded Mr Logic into pieces on Twitter when Mr Logic shared his view on his rap lines whiles reviewing the versions of EL, Sarkodie, Teephlow and Strongman on #ROG on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz, Tuesday.

According to Mr Logic, he was not impressed with Strongman’s rap and suggested the young rapper redoes his version.

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“Strongman’s verse on Riddim of the gods is the weakest,” he mentioned.

An unhappy Strongman didn’t take it lightly with the entertainment pundit and meted his anger on him in a post on Twitter.

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“Coming from a man who has not given me a pen before but said I’m ungrateful, someone who said I’m disrespectful for saying the truth about the hammer issue, I’m not shocked. Bro, I’m bigger than hate, do something better. #TooMuchWeed.”

The rebuttal touched the nerve of Mr Logic as he flared up on Wednesday’s edition of the show. What seemed to have angered him the most was Strongman’s suggestion that he [Logic] made no logical argument because he is on weed.

“I was expecting much from Strongman. He does well with rhymes. What I heard yesterday wasn’t the Strongman that I know. It’s such an impudence for him to go off Twitter, saying I am under the influence of weed,” Mr Logic fumed with rage.

“I am one of the people who said Strongman was being kept beneath on his label. No one paid attention to that until I said he betrayed Sarkodie, then they said I hate the guy. I do not hate Strongman. They should stop all this hate tag. It’s so petty the way they are going about this thing… He should know he’s speaking to an elderly person. I’m not a kid. The disrespect is becoming too much in the industry,” he added.

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