Blakk Rasta has criticized Nana Aba Anamoah for calling him “cheap and basic” in some of the adjectives he used to describe him.
Blakk Rasta and Nana Aba Anamoah have been fighting online about Sarkodie's collaboration with Bob Marley for nearly a week.
On Twitter, the two characters don't give each other a moment of peace since they are constantly slamming each other whenever they have the slightest chance.
Following the Sarkodie-Bob Marley duet, Blakk Rasta said certain things that upset Ghanaians, and Nana Aba joined her to rip into the presenter.
The rapper's verse on the song, according to the FM host in a Tweet, is a “desecration” of the reggae genre.
An avid supporter of Sarkodie, Nana Aba Anamoah, intervened and slapped Blakk Rasta for his continual criticism of Sarkodie.
Nana Aba Anamoah sternly told Blakk Rasta to stay in his lane because he was incompetent in comparison to others who gave Sarkodie the chance.
Nana Aba responded, and Blakk Rasta shot back at the TV host, bringing her infant daughter Addy into the argument.
Rasta made fun of Nana Aba for having a child with a kilt-clad guy.
In an interview with Zionfelix, Blakk Rasta firmly said that he is not intimidated by Nana Aba Anamoah's extensive vocabulary on social media or by his history of attacking him on Twitter.
Ana Aba critiques his creations because art and the arts are designed to be critiqued.
Blakk Rasta claims Nana Aba Anamoah has become unduly passionate because she views Sarkodie as invulnerable.