Rapper Obrafour had denied claims that his new song ‘Kasahari’ is targeted at Sarkodie.
Speaking to Citi 97.3 FM, he disclosed that the song was composed based on an imaginary character.
“If people want to misrepresent you, it doesn’t matter how much explanation you give. I did not mention Sarkodie’s name. If in the song I said an imaginary being who touched my crown is the one ‘Kasahari’ has revealed, then it is up to you for interpretation.” explained Obrafour.
Years ago, the two acts featured on a song ‘Hiplife‘ where Obrafour promised Sarkodie the crown would be handed to him if he works hard.
On his new song, the former questions the current crop of Ghanaian rappers, taking them to task for what he says is the shallowness of their content. He also spoke about the dip in the performance of someone who was likely to succeed him, which many believe is targeted at Sarkodie.
In his defense, he claims he wants the right thing to be done by the rappers.
“You can see that when some of us came in, we saw where we should take this. But when you sit back and you see where this whole game is going then it leave much to be desired,” says Obrafour.
“The rap is all about vulgarity and insults. The beats are all the same and carry no message. They should sit up and roll their sleeve just like when ‘Pae Mu Ka’ came.”