Jude Dawam, a Nigerian on-air-personality (OAP) turned singer, has put out a new song titled ‘I’m a cow’ — in response to a track by AY Poyoo, a Ghanaian rapper.
Ever since he got his breakthrough on the internet with ‘I’m a goat,’ his comic song, Poyoo has established himself as a household name in his home country while gradually amassing a huge fanbase across Africa.
But on Saturday, he met his match in Dawam, a radio presenter, who released his own version of the comic song, which appeared to be a dig at the rising rapper and internet sensation.
In the less than three-minute video clip, Dawam, who is also known as Alhaji Tanko, can be heard bragging about being a cow, while also stating why he can never be a goat.
“I’m a cow, I’m a cow, moo! I will never ever be a goat. A cow is big and a goat is small. A cow get tozo; goat no get. A cow is white and a goat is black. Cow get meat, goat no get anything!,” he can be heard singing.
“If I sell two cow, I go buy Mercedi Benz. Goat no go fit buy bicyle; goat no go fit buy phone. If you sell one cow, you make big money. A cow can trek from Maiduguri to Enugu. A goat go die for road!.”
Watch ‘I’m a cow’ below:
A few weeks ago, Poyoo, whose real name is Immanuel Yeboah, had shared a snippet in which he is seen rehearsing the hit song inside a studio.
The short clip instantly became sensational across social media platforms while some users also shared it on their different WhatsApp statuses.
On June 8, the young humorist would later drop the official visuals on Youtube. It has raked in over 405,000 views — as of the time this report was filed.
Watch ‘I’m a goat’ below:
“I’m the goat, I’m the goat; meee! Everybody watch out. I’m the goat, I’m the goat; meee! Girls, girls, where you dey? Watch out. Boys, boys, where you dey?,” he can be heard crooning while on a goat farm.
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