Ghanaian musicians, Chase Bossman and Asem, seem to be heading for some kind of friendly rivalry.
This was happening less than a week after it was reported Chase had sacked his manager, Seven.
“It is a waste of my damn time; I don’t want to talk about him. I will prefer to talk about my career now. That’s paramount to me,” he said last week.
Over the weekend, he started throwing what some people have described as ‘friendship tantrums’ at Asem over the release of their separate singles coming out on Thursday May 1.
He cautioned Asem not to dare go ahead and release his (Asem) single on the same day.
But it did not look like Asem would heed Chase’s warning as he replied saying, “It’s too late.”
“@AsemWORLD …my guy, don’t drop your single on 1st May cus (because) I’m dropping a very heavy song on 1st May and it’s not advisable for you..,” Chase tweeted at Asem.
Asem replied saying, “@chaseforever you fuck up, it’s too late now I guess.”
The R&B singer, who is also making preparations for the release of his coming ‘Unappreciated’ album, also revealed on twitter that he had changed his name. He said was no longer called Chase, but preferred to be called Chase Forever henceforth.
Chase is the third Ghanaian musician to have changed his name within the last two years, after Edem and Zeal of VIP.