Keche Threatens to Slap Pappy Kojo, Igniting an Intense Feud in the Music Scene


Keche, the renowned Ghanaian music duo comprising Andrew and Joshua, seems to be locked in a growing feud with fellow artist Pappy Kojo, and tensions appear to be reaching a boiling point. This discord ignited when Pappy Kojo, known for his outspoken nature, openly ridiculed Keche by claiming that they would only earn 4,000 cedis and have to share 2,000 cedis each if they were to perform at a show. This disparaging remark did not sit well with Keche, leading to a series of confrontations and public exchanges.

The feud escalated during a recent performance at the Eat Drink Music Festival in Accra, where Keche took the stage and directed harsh, unprintable words toward Pappy Kojo, who is widely recognized for his Ay3 late hit. Not stopping there, Keche also called on Pappy Kojo to prove the number of hit songs in his repertoire, effectively challenging his musical prowess.

Keche is a dynamic music duo hailing from Ghana, consisting of two talented members, Andrew and Joshua. They have made a significant impact on the Ghanaian music scene with their catchy tunes and thought-provoking lyrics. Over the years, Keche has released a multitude of chart-topping songs that have resonated with music lovers across the nation.

Pappy Kojo, on the other hand, is a Ghanaian rapper and hip-hop artist who has gained fame for his energetic and unique style. Known for his hits like “Ay3 Late” and “Realer No,” Pappy Kojo has carved a niche for himself in the music industry with his distinctive approach to music and his outspoken personality.

As the feud between Keche and Pappy Kojo continues to intensify, music enthusiasts and fans of both artists are left eagerly awaiting the next chapter in this unfolding drama. The question on everyone’s mind is whether these tensions will escalate even further or if there is a chance for reconciliation in the Ghanaian music scene.


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