BEEF ALERT: Tinny threatens to end Kwaw Kese’s career should he try to diss him

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Ghanaian musician and Ga rapper, Tinny born Nii Addo Quaynor has hit hard on his fellow musician Kwaw Kese threatening to end his musical career after he stated in an earlier interview that the MadTime boss was a wack rapper.

According to Bardman Tinny, he still stands by his comments that Kwaw Kese is a wack rapper because his rap skills now are not like the same Kwaw Kese who won the ‘Artiste of The Year’ at the VGMA’s some years ago.

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In an interview on HitzFm with Dr Poundz, Tinny stated that any move by Kwaw to drop a diss song against him would be the end of his career since he would respond to him and that might not end well for him.

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Explaining his earlier comment, he said even though it would not be right to end the career of a colleague because it is the way he or she makes ends meet, he will go to the studio and drop a killer diss song which will certainly see to the end of the “Let me do my thing” hitmaker’s already struggling music career.

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Tinny in the interview also stated that Kwaw Kese disrespected his fellow artist when he put all his awards in a wheelbarrow to the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards in 2017 claiming he wants to sell them.

Explaining his comment, he said should an individual be honoured and that honour is worth that individual, why will the individual think of selling what he is worth. So the step Kwaw Kese took was uncalled for and disrespect to other artists.

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“If you are given a gift from someone and that gift is so important to you, can you decide to sell it? But Kwaw Kese kept his awards in a wheelbarrow, he doesn’t even respect the awards because he didn’t work hard for it and he brought it to Ghana Music Awards to sell it. That’s a big insult for every artist in Ghana.” He stated.


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