Hip life artiste, Jason Gaisie known as Pappy Kojo says comments he made on the ongoing hiplife war concerning musician Barima Sydney has been taken out of context.
The ‘Realer No’ hit maker said he called into a radio discussion show to give his opinion on the ongoing hiplife war, but his comments were misinterpreted. He said, “I can never do that, I’m not in the game to create war. These are people I’ve really looked up to”.
Sydney describing Pappy Kojo on Adom FM’s rap show ‘Kasahari’ said that he heard hints that the rapper had insulted him on another radio station but according to Pappy, he only called into the show to share his views.
Emotional Pappy said, “I’ve always been a hiplife fan, up till now I know all my hiplife songs from Reggie to Obrafour to even Sydney that they say I don’t like Sydney”.
He continued that “I think I even know Sydney’s songs more than he even does. Trust me you can call Sydney one day and we can do back to back of his songs”.
However when asked how his music journey has been so far, the artiste revealed that “to be honest I thought I was just going to do a song with Joey B and use it to flex and that’s it. I didn’t know I was going to have my own foundation”.
Pappy was speaking on Hitz FM’s ‘Showbiz Fylla’ with Amanda Jissih on his maiden edition of “Change Ur DP” with the “Realer No” and “Ay3 Late” hit maker Pappy Kojo.
The show which is slated for Wednesday, September 23, 2015, at the Foyer of the Silverbird Cinema at the West Hills Mall is to bring the artiste to interact with his fans in a more entertaining atmosphere.
There will be exciting activities, where Pappy’s lucky fans will have the opportunity to perform with him in a rap contest, to unveil Pappy Kojo look alike, signing autographs on branded T-shirts and instant large size pictures with his fans.