Italy-Based Ghanaian Rapper, Pappy Kojo Reveals Why Obrafour Refuses To Collaborate With Him

Italy-based Ghanaian rapper, Pappy Kojo, says rapper Obrafour might not want to collaborate with him because of his uncensored style of rapping.

He believes Obrafour has taken a new direction in music by attaching the word of God to his craft hence spewing uncensored lyrics in his song might be against that path.

He told Delay that he thinks Obrafour wouldn’t want to do a song with him because his songs may be too secular for his liking but said he understands him for that.

He described Obrafour as his mentor and inspiration before blowing up in the music scene.

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Pappy also added that Obrafour inspired him to keep his dreadlocks.

“Obrafour was my inspiration and number one. I still have the same feeling about him. My whole dreadlocks thing was about Obrafour. I personally think he doesn’t want to do a song with me. My content and his content don’t mix. You know he is more of a pastor. I think it makes sense so I don’t need to push it…” Pappy told Delay on the Delay Show.


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