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Maccasio drags rapper, manager to police for calling his mother a ‘witch’

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Maccasio drags rapper, manager to police for calling his mother a ‘witch’

Sherif Abdul-Majeed known in Showbiz as Maccasio has reported ‘Chop de Mic’ reality show star, Alewa Dagomba and his management, Nobleman Entertainment to police for calling his mother a “witch” in a diss song.

The “69 Boss” is heading to court to sue the ‘Man No Go Vex’ rapper and his manager for defamation.

The Northern Regional Police Command has, thus, invited the duo (Nobleman & Aleewa) for questioning.

They had since reported and written their statements, a source close to Nobleman Entertainment told www.tamaleonline.net

They could could be arraigned before the court in the coming days after Maccasio had subtly rejected an apology from the second accused person (Abdul-Rashid Nobleman).

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It all started last week when Maccasio released a single dubbed “Talk is Cheap” throwing shades at rappers claiming the best rapper throne.

Several artiste including Double Tee, CF Optional King and Bless Dee responded to the diss as they set tongue wagging in the music industry.

However, Aleewa Dagomba in his response christened “Talkatives” went overboard in some of his rap line which has landed him in trouble with the Zola Music heavyweight.

“Maccasio mother was chased out of her native area Zogbeli to Choggu because of her witchcraft act.” The Nobleman signee intimated in his diss song.

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SOURCE: TAMALEONLINE.NET

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