Abraham Philip Akpor Kojo Kainya known as Lord Kenya, who was a Ghanaian Hiplife artiste and is currently an Evangelist has stated on Upside Down that his beef with Obrafour was nothing personal.
In an interview with Ato Kwamina and Frema Adunyame on CitiTV, Lord Kenya said his beef in the early 2000s with Ghana rap Sofour[Obrafour] was nothing personal but they were just showing how good both were during their prime
In his words;
“Obrafour is my brother. There was nothing personal between us. Our ‘beef’ was just both of us trying to show who was the best”
He added that his father funded his first single ‘Car N’aba’ which was recorded in 1998.
Lord Kenya threw more light on the character of today’s generation saying:
“One thing I’ve noticed now is that many young people don’t respect. You now see some of these people insulting a man of God who has built his ministry over time. That is wrong”