Pappy Kojo Jabbed By Sam George Over Sister Derby Issue On Social Media. Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram, Sam George, has gone after Pappy Kojo over an old issue the former was involved with Sister Derby.
Out of the blues, the ‘Koobi’ rapper who has been after Joey B and Mr Eazi chose to get down on the Ningo Prapram MP over his ‘long-bead’ feud with Sister Derby.
It very well may be reviewed that Sister Derby and Sam George flipped out against one another on social media following their contradicting sees on the Anti-LGBTQ bill put before parliament.
Sam George, prior, in a bid to lambast Sister Derby who has since been pushing for the opportunity of the LGBTQ society via virtual entertainment, named her profession as dead and focused on her separation with Medikal her face.
“Hopefully, when you figure out what genre of music you can succeed at, we can have a forward-looking conversation. Until then, say hi to Medikal for me. Cheers,” Sam George’s earlier tweet read.
Be that as it may, six months down the lane, Pappy Kojo thinks Sam George’s remarks to Sister Derby were incredibly cruel and unreasonable.
He has hence vowed to look for retribution in the interest of the ‘Kakalika’ hitmaker.
“Nah honestly I think it wasn’t cool of Sam George to come at Deborah Vanessa, when I’m sure he get sisters, I’m going to easily channel my energy to him when I’m done fighting the superstars & I lose.”
It was in this light that Sam George, in a sharp and savage reaction, swindled Pappy Kojo.
“Welcome to the game, over 6 months late. Damn, your processor is freaking slow. Took you this long to process? Guess I understand now why your musical career is long dead and buried and you’re still not aware. I’m off to listen to good music made in Ghana by Manifest. Cheers.”
Welcome to the game, over 6 months late. Damn, your processor is freaking slow. Took you this long to process? Guess I understand now why your musical career is long dead and buried and you’re still not aware. I’m off to listen to good music made in 🇬🇭 by @manifestive. Cheers. 🦁 https://t.co/uvIUzJcqSq
— Sam ‘Dzata’ George (@samgeorgegh) March 24, 2022