Rap legend, Obrafour has revealed that after the release of his famous track, ‘Kasiebo’ he apologised to his colleague, Okyeame Kwame.
In an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, he stated that, weeks after releasing ‘Kasiebo’, he approached Okyeame Kwame to apologise because many perceived the song to be derogatory.
“Look at the creativity that came with the song but unfortunately it came with controversies,” he stated.
Obrafour said although Kasiebo in his perspective was in no way targeted at anyone, he had to do the right thing and take responsibility for the damage the song had caused.
Obrafour released ‘Kasiebo’; a song directed at Okyeame Kwame and Obour after the duo released ‘Killing the Game’ which suggested that the music industry was been ‘killed’ by bad initiatives from musicians and producers.
The line “best rapper alive yet cannot boast of five albums” also seem to have sparked the bad blood between Obrafour and Okyeame Kwame.
Obrafour told Andy Dosty that although he may not be best friends with Okyeame Kwame, their relationship has improved over the years.
“I can't really tell you its cosy and cool and all that but we are friends. I mean when we meet, we’re good,” he added.