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Ghana’s Big Ivy has caught the attention of MI Abaga following reply to Nigeria’s Mummy Dolarz in heated rap battle!

All you need to know about the beef so far!

You might be lagging behind if you’ve not heard of the latest rap battle in town between two very unassuming female rappers, Big Ivy of Ghana & Mummy Dolarz of Nigeria which has caught the attention of ace Nigerian rapper, MI Abaga.

MI Abaga who recently rebranded to ‘The Guy’ has responded to Big Ivy’s mention of his name in her diss track to Mummy Dalarz.

The two African mums, now social media sensations, are battling it out for the best African mother rapper title which has witnessed both parties releasing diss songs to portray their flow in rap.

Ghana’s Big Ivy in her latest track titled ‘Mama Naira’ stated in her introduction that she expected Nigerians to send one of their best rappers like MI Abaga, Phyno, Ice Prince or Olamide to battle it out with her but instead sent an ‘amateur’ rapper to face her.

The mother of Ghanaian rapper, CJ Biggerman, Ivy who is believed to be in her 50s has caught the attention of The Guy.

“I hear the queen of rap in Ghana wants smoke
 Well
 I’m the guy,” the rapper tweeted.

Big Ivy and Mummy Dolarz have been cracking the ribs of fans who are monitoring their growing battle on social media.

So far, Ghana is in the lead as Nigerians have charged Mummy Dolarz to clap back at Ivy’s second diss song.

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Emmanuel Ghansah, Ghana Music

Singer, Songwriter, scriptwriter, blogger, lover of the creative arts, brands and communications expert.

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