Nobody has to die for someone to be king of rap – E.L indirectly shades Sarkodie
It would be recalled that BET Award-winning rapper Sarkodie released a hip-hop tune titled “SubZero”, a track some Ghanaians believe was a jab to Ball J and Asem.
Sarkodie mentioned in the song that another person can only take the rap crown when he dies and it seems rapper E.L doesn’t agree with him at all.
E.L in Skype interview with MzGee on TV3 New Day claims not to have heard the ‘Sub Zero’ track, noted that there is no best rapper in Ghana.
“Nobody has to die. Let’s just come down, nobody has to die for anything to happen. We are supposed to be making music and there is no competition in music. Music is supposed to be uplifting, it’s supposed to upset your emotions but with the other things that come with it that is why I don’t really like to take part in all the extra stuff,” he said.
The ‘Kaalu’ hitmaker revealed that he has heard rumours about beefs and all kinds of unfriendly competition but “if it is going to be competition, it should be competition that helps each other to grow and to develop”.
For him, he does not see a lot of that so he won’t get involved in anything like that.