Amerado and Kofi Mole
Amerado and Kofi Mole

Edward Kofi Agyemang Amoah, popularly known in the music industry as Kofi Mole, has finally spoken out about his feud with Amerado, claiming that he is ready to clap back at him.

During his freestyle session on Tim Westwood TV, Kofi Mole indirectly targeted Amerado by utilizing his “Yeete Nsem” freestyle against him. Amerado developed “Yeete Nsem” a few months ago, where he aggregates the most trending news in Ghana and delivers it in a rap fashion.

Fans quickly drew a battle line between the two artists after Kofi Mole’s freestyle session on Tim Westwood, urging for them to participate in a lyrical brawl only to excite fans and keep the industry warm.

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Kofi Mole claimed in an interview with KMJ on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz that he had no beef with Amerado but was irritated when he also did a freestyle with some pompous declarations.

He simply performed his lines on Tim Westwood to reclaim the plaudits Amerado took from him in his earlier freestyle, according to him, and he has no banter with him. However, he emphasized that because this is rap music, each chance for a rapper to exhibit his ability must be taken.

As a result, if Amerado feels compelled to retaliate with his own rendition, he is always prepared to combat him on poetic grounds.

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