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Lil Humble, a rapper from Cameroon, screams after Lyrical Joe “hijacked” his song.

Rapper Lil Humble from Cameroon recently expressed his amazement on social media about Ghanaian rapper Lyrical Joe’s performance on their joint song “Take Off.” [irp]

Ghanaians found the scenario humorous, and their replies to the viral video were entertaining.

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Lil Humble revealed that he had emailed Lyrical Joe his song for a feature and had given him an explanation of his requirements. Still, the ferocious verse sang by the Ghanaian musician left him speechless.

He released a sample of Lyrical Joe’s verse, in which the Ghanaian rapper utterly destroyed the track while showcasing his tongue-twisting rapping technique.

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Given the ferocity of his performance, the Cameroonian rapper went on to ask if Lyrical Joe had any concerns with him.

 

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He urged the rapper’s followers to find out if there was a problem between them that he was unaware of. Ghanaians responded to the video after it circulated on social media. Motherland internet users expressed their pride in Lyrical Joe.

 

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