Rapper Strongman and entertainment pundit Mr Logic were engaged in a heated argument after they met for the first time in the Hitz FM studio on Thursday.

The two have been jabbing each other on social media over the years due to a friction many can’t put a finger on.

As the interview was being monitored by Adomonline.com, Mr Logic walked into the studio and grabbed a chair for himself and put his thoughts together to settle the scuffle between him and strongman once and for all.

Mr Logic has registered his displeasure at Strongman’s character in many interviews. He has tagged the ex-Sarkcess record label rapper as an arrogant person who doesn’t respect anybody.


Disclosing why he has developed such perception around him, Papa Logic said Strongman once hanged up when he was discussing business with him over the phone about six years ago.

“It all happened after an interview on Pluzz FM where I gave Strongman my number. A friend wanted to do a song with him so I called him and he said if he can’t pay make he ‘comot’ for there. That was the experience with him that made me think that way about him,” he said.

Mr Logic has since criticised every work of Strongman and labelled his lyrics as weak because “he isn’t the better version of himself.”

Reacting to this on the same Daybreak Hitz show, Strongman said Mr Logic doesn’t like him and he can’t force that.

The ‘Transformer’ hit maker denied the phone hang-up allegation levelled against him by the entertainment pundit saying:

“I think that isn’t true. I give out my manager’s contact when I have interviews. How do you know I was the one you spoke with? And I don’t even remember,” he noted.

Strongman said he expected Mr Logic to address the issues with him in private than in the public’s eye.

“If I were his cousin he will call me in private but since I am not he wants to come on air and let everyone know. He says I am ungrateful and a minus to Sarkcess record label; I felt bad about it. I’ve never heard Mr Logic say anything positive about me so I know he doesn’t like me,” he said.

It took the intervention of Andy Dosty for the two industry players to smoke the peace pipe in the Hitz FM studio.