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It appears that whatever caused the rift between Hiplife artistes Kwaw Kese and Kontihene still persists as Kontihene’s recent assertion on Okay FM that he was better than Kwaw Kesse in terms of looks, has compelled Kwaw to respond, describing Kontihene as a woman.

The man 'insane' who was out of the country when Kontihene made some unpalatable comments about him, finally responded to Kontihene on Peace FM's Entertainment Review on Saturday February 1, 2014.

"...why would a man say he is more handsome than his fellow man?" Kwaw quizzes.

To him, this is a trait of women and that of gays. Funny enough, he accepted the fact that he is ugly. He even went ahead to declare that a man was created to be fearful and that is why he looks as such. He believes the name Kontihene has been dead in the Ghanaian music industry for the past decade, and this explains why Kontihene wants to ride on his (Kwaw) popularity to resurrect his career by gaining some attention.

"To the best of my knowledge, I know Kontihene got married some few weeks ago where his wedding pictures even went viral on the internet...but as for me, C.E.O. of Madtime Entertainment, i don't believe in that story," he added.

Kontihene and his wife
“How can someone release an album and get married at the same time?” That was how Kwaw put it. According to him, Kontihene is desperate for attention, and he would do all sort of things to gain some. Kwaw believes Kontihene’s wedding was a publicity stunt and not a real wedding.

As the man who has been encircled with lots of controversies, he made it known on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review that his recent name is “Obonsam” (Satan).

“Satan is the one person we accuse everyday when there is a problem. In the Ghanaian music industry, fingers are being pointed at me anytime a controversy or crisis arises. If that is the case, then I am the Satan of our music industry.” Those were the translated words of the man insane.

So if you happen to come across the mad man in town, you can choose to forgo “Abodam” and call him “Obonsam.”

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