Several entertainers across the globe can attest to the fact that being a celebrity comes with a lot of baggage. And, sometimes, in trying to keep up your public image, you’d have to step on a few toes to achieve such feat.
The latest to serve us with the ‘celebrity beef’ is Dancehall artiste, Michael O. Mint better known by the stage name Jupitar.
Jupitar says he is highly upset about suggestions that Stonebwoy writes better lyrics than him.
Sharing his frustrations on Twitter, he wrote “I keep saying, I don’t have to touch or diss anyone for fame and money when I already have all dat..big man taak.. this morning I see this ” stone crash Jupitar ” and in Ghana no Bwoy can crash me and they know.. so don’t twist things ya way.“
The cold war between Jupitar and Stonebwoy started after the host of Zylofon FM’s Showbiz Agenda show asked his listeners to choose between both versions of JMJ’s ‘Rhythm of the God riddim’ after he played their versions.
Majority of the callers rooted for Stonebwoy’s ahead of Jupitar’s version triggering the latter to hurl innuendoes at the Bhim Nation boss.
I keep saying, I don't have to touch or diss anyone for fame and money when I already have all dat..big man taak.. this morning I see this " stone crash Jupitar " and in ghana no Bwoy can crash me and they know.. so don't twist things ya way
— Jupitar_General (@JupitarOfficial) February 10, 2020