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Controversial musician Wanlov da Kubolor has described radio personality Blakk Rasta as a hypocrite.

What seemed like a raging lyrical war that started between the two on social media platforms generated into something else when Blakk Rasta admitted on a Kumasi-based radio station, Luv FM that uncontrolled anger had made him call Wanlov a ‘coke head’.

Kubolor told NEWS-ONE in an exclusive interview that he thinks Blakk Rasta has a serious problem. “The fake guy admitted on radio that he called me a coke head because he was angry.

He also claimed that he is not too big to apologise if he errs, but in the same breath, he won’t be forced to apologize. You see his hypocrisy,” the ‘Cote Duro’ hit maker said.

Meanwhile, Blakk, in an earlier interview, told NEWS-ONE that he and Wanlov were cool and that he would hug him anywhere he met him. He also noted that Wanlov’s Valentine’s Day comment was a gimmick to be more popular.

But the non-footwear wearing Wanlov told the paper that he also knew Blakk Rasta was enjoying all the attention his Valentine’s Day comment brought him and that anytime he insulted Blakk on any social platform, people kept asking him who the Blakk guy was.

“Blakk Rasta is a liar; we have not met since the late great Cephas Sackitey’s tribute and I will never greet or go on to even hug a person who gives false evidence against me,” he emphasized .

He therefore vowed that he would always insult or incite Blakk so he did not forget about their unfinished business.
Source: News One

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