Hiplife artiste, Obrafour, is convinced his colleague, Okyeame Kwame, is still holding grudges against him as a result of an incident that happened seven years ago.
Let GHbase.com take you through history a bit. In 2010, the two had a media scuffle after Obrafour featured Guru on a track titled ‘Kasiebo’ with references made to a certain Kumasi-based musician by name ‘OK’ who according to the song was accused of defilement.
That line and another in the song that detailed a rapper claiming to be the ‘Best Rapper Alive’ yet cannot boast of five albums sparked the bad blood between Obrafour and Okyeame Kwame.
Obrafour in an interview with Joy News said although the song was not directed at Okyeame Kwame, however, all conciliatory attempts have proven futile as Okyeame Kwame appears to be finding it difficult to let go.
“His name was not in the song, He took the OK mistakenly to be a reference to him. There is Moses OK, there is Okomfour Kwade, there is Okyeame Kofi and there are some many OK’s.” Obrafour lamented.
Obrafour revealed all attempts by him to mend their relationship after Kasiebo has proven futile. “I took the initiative, approached my brother and told him if he thought that song had demeaned him in any way or brought his name into disrepute, he should let it go”.
According to Obrafour, it’s pathetic that Okyeame Kwame refuses to list him among his favourite rappers although he (Obrafour) acknowledges Okyeame’s prowess on every available platform.
To call a spade a spade, Obrafour looked straight into the camera and opined that: “My brother I am telling you today, let go. There is nothing between me and you so do not hold anything against me because I don’t even think about you. I wish you well and may God change your perception about me,” Obrafour stated.
Watch the interview below: