Wisa Has No Right To Insult Me – Tinny


tinny-videoLegendary Ga rapper, Tinny has finally commented on his fans attacking ‘Ekiki Mi’ singer, Wisa in front of Multimedia Group weeks ago.

Wisa was reported to have made derogatory comments about Tinny on Hitz FM, which angered fans of the “Socrate Safo” rapper. These die-hard followers of the musician stormed the Kokomlemle-based company after Wisa’s interview to discipline him but he was saved by securities around.

Tinny reacting to the unfortunate incident in a chat with Hitz FM presenter MzGee berated the musician for his bad comments about his brand. To him, it is not right for a young act to insult a senior in the showbiz industry. The rapper added that he was surprised to hear that his fans attacked the musician because of his comments on air so he called host of the show, Dr. Pounds to ask if such an incident happened after their one-on-one chat.

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The musician real name Nii Addo Quaynor told his fans not to waste their time on Wisa but rather work hard to earn enough cash.

“The fans will go crazy when you say something bad about me. He shouldn’t have done that in the first place because I don’t think it is the right thing for him to do. I can’t insult Reggie Rockstone, Obrafour and others because they are my big bosses in the game. Even though they are my mates, they are my seniors in the game so I cannot say anything bad about them.

I was surprised when I heard the news so I called Dr. Pounds to find out if it was true or just for hype and he confirmed that the boys were there to attack him.

My fans should leave him (Wisa) alone and forget about him. They should focus on making money and lets make peace. We are in election year and we don’t need beef at all,” Tinny said when talking to MzGee on Hitz FM.



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