Medikal responds to Eno with series of tweets

By: Delali Sika
Medikal responds toEno Barony
Medikal(left) and Eno
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AFTER almost a week, rapper Medikal has broken his silence after he was jabbed by Eno Barony in her song, Argument Done. And he did it not waxing lyrically but with a series of tweets.

Eno's song, Argument Done,  is a response to another female artiste, Sista Afia's U Got Nerves piece, a diss song believed to be targeted at rappers Eno and Freda Rhymz.

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In Argument Done, Eno suggested Medikal is the ghost writer for Sista Afia describing him as ‘barima kotobonku’, to wit, he is a sissy.

So in one of the tweets to say his piece of mind, Medikal spoke about how he once did a free verse on a song by Eno and for him, that was enough reason for Eno to show him some respect and not to disrespect him like she did in Argument Done.

Medikal's tweet reads, “4 years ago eno linked up for a feature, gave her a verse and pulled up to shoot the video when called without charging a penny, never expected her to disrespect me in anyway, especially when I haven’t wronged you. This is why people don’t do good sometimes I guess,” he tweeted.

In another tweet, the Omo Ada hitmaker said, “Don’t ever think I will waste time recording a diss track to a female rapper, especially when the person looks like corpse. Issa dead tin.”

He goes on to talk about how Eno could have linked up for more verses from him, now that he is a hot cake, “You could have linked up again after all those years for another verse cuz I am hotter than I was back then ! But no, Human being, you would rather put dirt on my name for clout than get a hit song you can chop from,” he tweeted.

He added, “So this is what’s gonna happen, you will probably do couple of diss songs and direct them to me, and as we all know, Ghanaians will hail you and mock me to make you believe you are the bomb, whiles they still Jam to my music in their homes and parties.”