In Accra, the rap culture is dead – Pappy Kojo

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Pappy Kojo, the fante rap vandamme in an interview has disclosed how the rap culture in Accra is dead

Speaking in an interview with Face2Face Africa, Pappy Kojo asserted “The culture is still tough in Takoradi, I am talking about rap culture. In Accra, the rap culture is dead, it is only alive when I come here but when I leave, then it is dead. Sarkodie is from Tema, so it is not part of Accra. In Takoradi, people still rap to impress with bars. I don’t like the fact that people still think I’m playing, like a comedian”

Pappy Kojo would hilariously add “Professionally, I’m a chef so that’s why I’ve been cooking rappers very well on songs. I have a very unique rap style and I don’t even know how I developed it”

The rapper who usually makes all the news for the controversial reasons was also recently in the news when he alleged Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson as reason for the break in relationship between himself and his former industry best friend Joey b “I mean…I don’t know, I mean I feel like Yvonne Nelson was my best friend and now we are no longer best friends and now they’re being best friends so it’s like.. Yvonne was best friends with me first. I don’t know if our friendship ended or whatever…after everything she did, we are not best friends. She became friends with someone I’m not friends with. I saw pictures of them [Joey and Yvonne] hanging out together. Maybe you Ghanaian guys are cool with those things but me Pappy Kojo isn’t. If you are going to be my friend, don’t be friends with somebody who is not my friend. But they are not friends anymore, I went to check and they have unfollowed each other”

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