Ghanaian hip-hop and hiplife artiste Pappy Kojo has taken a swipe at the Member of Parliament (MP) for Ningo Prampram, Mr Sam Dzata George on Twitter over his opposing views on the LGBTQI+ bill during a back-and-forth with pop artiste Sister Derby.
“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 eazily channel my energy to him when I’m done fighting the superstars & I lose,” the hiplife artiste tweeted on Friday, 25 March 2022, months after the incident.
However, in response to the hiplife artiste’s tweets, the Ningo Prampram MP said: “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 by @manifestive. Cheers.”
Pappy Kojo tweeted again mocking the lawmaker, who then came back and said: “Charlie I’ve got serious stuff to think of like dealing with Ken Ofori-Atta, the cedi and fuel prices. Got little energy for a wannabe musician with a dead career who is more interested in the cost of adult diapers than hit songs. Let’s think about fixing and forgeti obia”.
The MP and Sister Derby had opposing views on the LGBTQI bill months ago.