Nigerian music sensation, Adekunle Gold and Ghanaian singer, Kidi have gotten into a battle of trolling over the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations.
Ghana crashed out of the tournament in the group stage after throwing away two-goal lead in stoppage time against Mozambique.
But their West African rivals, Super Eagles of Nigeria qualified for Semi finals after defeating Angola 1-0 in their quarter final clash on Friday.
Reacting, to the win, Adekunle urged those who wanted to mock Nigeria to delete their drafted post and he went on to tag Kidi on Twitter.
“Delete your drafts.”
The Ghanaian artiste then told the ‘Five Star’ crooner that he wants Super Eagles to reach the final and lose because it will be more painful and give better banter material.
Kidi further made it known that he will be there to troll Adekunle and his country if Peseiro’s side eventually lose out on winning the AFCON.
“I actually want you to go to the final and lose. That’s more painful. I will be there ! 😂” Kidi tweeted.
But Adekunle Gold made jest of him by alluding to how Black Stars of Ghana exited AFCON early, and as such he won’t be able to make it to the match venue.
“Lol you won’t be,” he wrote.
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The 2023 Labour Party, (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi congratulated the Super Eagles after they defeated Angola in the quarter-final.
Atalanta winger, Ademola Lookman found the net in the 41st minute to giving Nigeria its first and only goal in the game that guaranteed a spot in the semi-finals.
Obi said that the fact Nigeria qualified for the semi-finals in the ongoing All African Cup of Nations, AFCON, is an indication that the country will overcome all darkness.
He said in part: “The energy, passion, and composure they brought into the game were admirable and befitting of our great nation. Their victory today, and in the future, is our victory as a nation.
We remain a nation of winners, that no matter how dark the night has been in our land, we will triumph over all our challenges into the New Nigeria of our dreams.
“I must equally salute the excellent sportsmanship of the Angolan team. As fellow Africans, they played a good game and lost gallantly. Congratulations Super Eagles. Congratulations Nigeria.”