Ghana’s legendary multi-talented artistes and competing dancehall king Samini has stealthy avoided an indirect invitation from self-acclaimed dancehall King, Shatta Wale to use bad words on women.
In their latest beef with has seen Shatta Wale respond to a tweet from Samini which was seemingly directed at him before jumping to the studio to record a diss track UN General Announcement followed by a part two of same which triggered responses from Samini as he also dissed out Shot Pointed and 1Jon to counter the SM boss. Shatta Wale went further with Kill Fi Fun and as if that was not enough called out Samini’s mother in a track titled Don’t Call Mom. It was the latter that got many talking including US-based Ghanaian rapper Asem who chastised Shatta Wale with a freestyle diss for disrespecting Samini’s mom.
Well, if Ghanaians thought the silence from Samini meant absence, then it is far from the truth as the “King Forever” hitmaker has come out with a brand new reviving tune titled Gob3 which translates to gari and beans a local dish enjoyed by many.
Samini who people thought would have replied with vulgar and insults have swerved them all with a tune that tells it all about his personality. In the song which he has released an accompanying video in a traditional setting where he donned a heavy smock signifying his kingship and ownership of the dancehall throne. Enjoy Samini’s Gob3 below and learn the sense he laced in it.