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Beef With Ex-Doe Got Us Richer… Rapper Chicago

Beef With Ex-Doe Got Us Richer… Rapper Chicago

Ex-Doe and Chicago

Ghanaian rapper, who shot to fame after he featured on Daavi Mede Kuku song with colleague rapper Ex-Doe in 1997, Patrick Gogoh, popularly known as Chicago, says their feud got them richer.

In an interview on Asempa FM’s weekend entertainment show dubbed ‘Tête-à-Tête’he said the beef with Ex-Doe got him on many music shows.

Sometimes you have to grab the bull by the horn. If I hadn’t done that, like no one would hear from me… we took advantage of the situation,”he told the host Kweku Adu Kumi.

Ex-Doe and Chicago had a beef in the 90s over the track. The feud started when both artistes claimed full ownership to the song.

Ex-Doe released a diss song against Chicago called ‘Maba’ and Chicago also subsequently released a counter diss song, ‘Nipa ye adea Ose Ayeyi’ that also became the talk of the town.

Meanwhile, Chicago in his latest interview recounted playing about five shows in a day due to the buzz that he had garnered then.

“Most of the organisers wanted us everywhere. I remember playing five shows in a day one Easter. We were just smart about it.

“I even lost my voice; five shows in one day. So imagine the cash we got. If we didn’t look smart, we would have made a folly out of ourselves,” he said.

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