A member of AMG Business and CEO of No Trespass Family Sweenity has hinted that he is ready to return fire should Medikal throw further ‘missiles’ at him. In an exclusive interview with Evans Quaye (shaker) the host of Green Fm’s entertainment show “THE BOX”, the one time buddy of Medikal said Medikal refused to share the video of his latest single, ‘fa ma no’ but rather referred to it as “a stupid video” when Criss Waddle shared the video. He explained that Medikal further stated that the portions of the video where he appeared should be taken off because he doesn’t want to be part. But according to Sweenity, the song and video were done when they were buddies and he also appeared in his ‘confirm’ video, so he sees no point in Medikal’s rant.
He refuted the rumour circulating around that his camp rejoiced when Medikal missed out on all the seven nominations he got at the just ended VGMA’s.
He further stated that even though they haven’t been in touch for a year or so, he still sees Medikal as a younger brother. He says Medikals attitude towards him has changed but he believes there’s no malice, hatred whatsoever in it.
He expressed shock in the recent controversies surrounding Medikals especially the recent fracas with Joy News’ MzGee over a claim by the presenter that he allegedly demanded money before he would grant her an interview. Sweenity revealed that he does not blame Medikal for these recent behaviours but rather the people he has surrounded himself with currently. He refused to mention the names of these people when the host asked him to.
Describing his closeness to AMG boss Criss Waddle, Sweenity said they are partners in womanizing and that both have a similar taste for “ladies with big butts”
In conclusion Sweenity stated emphatically that he has no beef with Medikal but he deems his description of his video as stupid as a missile but for the relationship he had with him he would have replied him already but he ready should he throw more missiles at him
Listen below to the related portions of the interview
By: Evans Quaye