If Ghanaians and Nigerians are not fighting over Jollof rice, they are quarrelling over who has the best music or throwing shades at each other’s governments and economic prosperities to catch cruise on social media.
The beef, which started before the birth of the Gen Z kids, who now use the internet the most, has taken a new turn with two mothers, one from Nigeria and the other from Ghana, attempting to settle scores with a rap battle, thanks to their internet sensation kids.
This track turned her into an overnight internet sensation. The video for the song found its way into the Nigerian social media space, which prompted the internet users in the country to call on their mothers to step into the game and rap just as Big Ivy did.
Just as if she was expecting a Nigerian mother to respond to her rap, Big Ivy replied to Mummy Dolarz in yet another debatable song, ‘Mama Naira.’ She went hard, really hard, on the song, and demanded Mummy Dolarz shut her ‘Basket Mouth’ because she (Big Ivy) was expecting a response from Nigerian veteran rappers MI Abaga, Phyno, Vector, or Olamide, not her (Mummy Dolarz).