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Didn’t Fella Sleep Around With A Married Alhaji? – Medikal Invites Trouble After Complaining About Sidechicks

Ghanaian rapper AMG Medikal has recently found himself in hot water after complaining about married women being side chicks for other men.

In a tweet, the artist wrote, “Obe yere y3 obi side chick. SMH,” which roughly translates to “One man’s wife is another man’s side chick.”

This seemingly innocent tweet quickly backfired, as a netizen fired back at Medikal, calling out his own wife for allegedly being a side chick with a married Alhaji.

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The netizen accused Medikal of hypocrisy, asking if he had ever begged the Alhaji to stop cheating on his wife when his wife Fella was allegedly sleeping with him.

The tweet has caused quite a stir on social media, with many fans and followers taking sides.

Some have criticized Medikal for his apparent hypocrisy, while others have defended him, saying that he was merely expressing an opinion.

Regardless of the debate, the incident has once again highlighted the issue of infidelity and side chicks in Ghanaian society.

While some may argue that it’s a personal choice, others say it’s a moral issue that should not be condoned.

As for Medikal, he has yet to respond to the accusations and backlash, and it remains to be seen how this incident will affect his career and personal life.


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