Ghanaians on social media have taken a swipe at fast-rising Ghanaian artiste Yaw Tog known in real life as Thorsten Owusu Gyimah over his latest freestyle titled “Me” which he shared on social media.
The Sore singer took to social media to rap about his achievements in this short time ever since he came to the limelight.
He bragged about his 1 million views in 3 days for his remix of song Sore which featured multiple award-winning UK artiste, Stormzy and Ghanaian star, Kwesi Arthur.
Yaw Tog’s latest project which is a freestyle he has titled “Me” was posted on Twitter and gained a lot of views and comments.
As at the time of checking, the video had garnered over 100,000 views which is very impressive.
However, social media users have raised some sentiments over the freestyle and have aired their views on various platforms.
One of the many concerns that have been raised so far about “Me” is that fact that the Sore hitmaker did not rap in his usual Ghanaian tone but rather exhibited some Locally Acquired Foreign UK Accent.
Another sentiment that came from social media over the freestyle is that the lines used by the rapper were below par and that they were of the view that he could have done better.
Yaw Tog rose to fame following his collaboration with UK’s Stormzy and Ghana’s Kwesi Arthur.