Music duo of identical twin brothers, Dope Nation have accused rapper, Kwesi Arthur and his team of refusing to apologize to them after their manager reached out to them.
The ‘Zanku’ hitmakers explained that their manager called the ‘Grind Day’ hitmaker’s manager after the incident but Kwesi Arthur refused to apologize hence the diss song.
DopeNation recorded a diss song targeted at rapper Kwesi Arthur, which was allegedly leaked from their camp.
The song, titled ‘Chairman’, they revealed was recorded about two weeks ago after they were disrespected by Kwesi Arthur and his team at a show in Ghana Telecom University College, Accra.
Speaking to MzGee in an interview on TV3, DopeNation accused Kwesi Arthur of refusing to apologize to them because he feels big.
” After the event, our manager reached out to Kwesi Arthur’s manager because they are very cool so they know what they did but Kwesi Arthur feels he’s big and elite or something so he refused to apologize.” Micheal, a member of the group said.
The second member of the team, Tony also added that: “We were the ones offended so if anything, we feel the call was supposed to be from them and not the other way around. They were just supposed to call and admit what happened was their fault so that we’ll all move on but we didn’t hear anything from them until the unfortunate happened.”