Emeka Akumefule, Nigerian rapper better known as Blaqbonez, has put out ‘Green Blaq Green’, a retaliatory track, in response to a diss song directed to him by Khaligraph Jones, his Kenyan counterpart.
The Chocolate City rapper’s diss track was in response to ‘Best Rapper in Nigeria’, a song released on Wednesday by the Kenyan musician.
In ‘Green Blaq Green’, Blaqbonez takes critical shots at his Kenyan counterpart, describing him as a “clout chaser”.
He also accused Jones of trying to make it in the Nigerian music industry. He said even with help from M.I Abaga and Ice Prince, “it never worked out.”
“Clout chasing agbaya, you should look at yourself. This Nigerian hype juice got this nigga obsessed. You’ve been tryna blow here, noone ever cared. MI, ice tried but it never could work” Blaqbonez rapped.
Listen to ‘Green Blaq Green’ below:
Khaligraph had initially dissed Blaqbonez in the wake of Blaqbonez’s comment after the Kenyan won the award for ‘Africa’s Best Hip hop act’ in the 2020 Soundcity MVP awards.
Listen to ‘Best Rapper in Nigeria’ below:
Blaqbonez had said that the award was given to the wrong rapper as he reminded Khaligraph that he still stands as the game’s best in the continent.
He also threatened to make a diss track but later claimed to be joking and congratulated the Kenyan on his award.
“Somebody tell Khaligraph, that i’m still the best rapper in Africa, Sound city got it wrong… Diss Track in the Morning,” he had said.
Lmaooo I’m kidding about a diss track oo. Wtf you people are taking me too seriously 😂😂😂😂
Congrats @KHALIGRAPH 💪
— mr boombastic 🕺 (@BlaqBonez) January 12, 2020
Blaqbonez had some days ago tackled his dad for calling him “disrespectful — after years of abandonment”.
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