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I’ve nothing against Strongman – Serwaa Amihere reacts to online bashing

After days of silence, Serwaa Amihere has finally reacted to the online bashing and trolling she suffered in the hand of Ghanaians after she supposedly asked Strongman to apologized to Ghanaian women for dissing Fella Makafui, the girlfriend of Medikal in his dis song “Immortal”.

According to Serwaa Amihere, she never asked Strongman to apologize to Ghanaian women during her interview with Strongman. She rather asked him if she would like to apologize to Ghanaian women since some section is saying he has disrespected women.

But Ghanaians who wanted to just vilify her ignored the “If” factor and launched their attacks on her without understanding what her question meant.

She stated categorically that she does not have any problems with Strongman and his girlfriend, Nana Ama Strong as some Ghanaians want the whole world to believe. She also claims she is not biased in any way.

Serwaa Amihere incurred the wrath of Ghanaians after she asked Strongman to apologize to Ghanaian women for dissing Fella Makafui just a few hours after Strongman-Medikal beef came to an end.

What appeared to have even angered Ghanaians more was condescending and arrogance she posses when she spoke with Strongman. She even called Strongman a Kumasi artist.

Meanwhile, she did not refer to Medikal as Sowutuom artist neither did she ask him to apologize to Ghanaian women when Medikal obviously said worse things to Strongman and his girlfriend, Nana Ama.

For the following two days, Ghanaian did not spare her at all. Some even asked GhOne to take her off the screens until she learns to respect and apologize to Strongman


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Serwaa Amihere’s reaction to the bashing after being tagged as biased towards Strongman

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