Lord Paper was recently accused by Bosom P-Young of erasing his verse from a song on which he was featured.
He claimed that his colleague, Lord Paper, had removed his line from the song “Skin Pain.” This was due to the fact that he needed to be told before any action could be taken. But that did not happen.
Lord paper responded the same day to P-Young’s claim that a verse from his track had been removed. According to Lord paper, Bosom P-Young should have contacted him to ask about the song’s removal. He might then share it on social media.
The ‘Attaa Adwoa’ music star has made the brave choice to never offer another artist a verse. It indicates that he has quit giving out rhymes and that no artists should approach him for a verse.
“You guys, when we give you a verse for your song, you take it out later. You start pursuing the crowd when you see hot ones. Wake up and stop deceiving yourself. I’m no longer giving out verses. Remember, the road to music is long,” he wrote on his Instagram page.
According to our findings, it is exceedingly sad to pay a genuine person with evil. How can you offer someone a verse and then take it away later? It’s about time for artists to appreciate one another and put an end to the hatred.
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