The words in a song that were directed against Bigg Homie Flee have been apologized for by Ghanaian rapper and afrobeat singer Kwesi Arthur, also known as Emmanuel Arthur.
The musician and designer known by his stage name Big Homie Flee, Kojo Okoampah, has had a significant impact on Ghanaian music and the music life of Kwesi Arthur.
He had provided the entrance voice for the popular song “Grind Day” by Kwesi Arthur and created the merchandising for the artist's debut New York performance.
Additionally, he provided the voiceover for the introductions to Kwesi Arthur's Live from 233 and Black Sherif's “Second Sermon” video.
“I want to apologise to Kojo aka Homie Flee for the lyrics in Pain Interlude which was released earlier this year by myself. I hope this message finds you well. #alllove” he posted.
The song in question features Kwesi Arthur talking about betrayal and pain over lost friendships, with some lyrics expressing his sentiments.
“My big homies turned to bitch homies what be nex? …..Make I talk about the pain/No pain, no gain/We go never be the same… Friends turn to foes/Friends turn to foes… How you break the code? / I should have seen through you / I dey wonder why the hearts of men be full of evil / I dey wonder how will life be if we never rhymed / You win some and lose some in this game of life,” the lyrics of the song says.