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It’s not my fault that my ‘Skopatomana’ rap verse is more popular than the song – Patapaa to Kawoula


Award winning hiplife artiste, Justice Amoah popularly known as Patapaa, has told fellow artiste Kawoula not to blame him for taking his shine over ‘Skopatoman’ rap. 

Patapaa seems to be enjoying all the attention to the detriment of the song owner, Kawoula.

It will be recalled that Kawoula featured Patapaa on his track ‘Daavi Ne Ba’ which was released a few weeks ago. However, Patapaa’s gibberish ‘Skopatomana’ rap verse in the song rather went viral and a challenge was even started for it. 

However in an interview, the ‘One Corner’ hitmaker stated that he has been blessed with talent to produce good music. He added that he shouldn’t be blamed for the little-to-no attention Kawoula is receiving. 

He cleared the air that he didn’t charge for the feature and revealed that he regrets featuring on the song. 

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“First of all, it is not my fault that people acknowledge and enjoy my verse on the song. I shouldn’t be blamed for the little attention he is receiving with regard to the song.”

“Also, he was the one that called and asked me to feature on the song and I never took any money from him so I don’t know why he will say something like that. I am disappointed at Kawoula’s remarks that I have surpassed him on his song. In fact, when I heard the news, the first thing that came to mind was, I shouldn’t have featured on his song,” Patapaa said. 

Patapaa’s reaction comes after Kawoula in a media interview accused him of taking his shine. 

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“What baffles me is the fact that he called me later to apologise with the excuse that he made those comments to hype the song but that was way too low for me.” 

“Ghanaians are enjoying the song and that is the best part of it all so why all this? I just wish I never collaborated on ‘Daavi Ne Ba’ with him,” he fumed. 


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