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Ghanaian Music Duo Addresses Gay Tag labelled On Them

Uprising music duo – Viberz has addressed a gay tag labelled on them by some music critics and fans on their Instagram social media account.

The talented stars in a chat sighted by Celebrities Buzz is seen pouring down their anger on some folk who seemed to be making mockery of them in a WhatsApp group.

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They captioned the screenshots with:

“This must stop before it’s too late, Haters what’s your evidence dirty enemies, ahh hmmmmm.”

They seemed unhappy with the misconception about them and even dared their critics to bring their wives and girlfriends for proper and correct servicing.

Viberz are the composers of now trending banger dubbed ‘Bless Me‘ featuring Ras Kuuku.

Check out their post below…

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