Nigeria’s internet sensation, Mummy Dolarz says she no longer wants to release diss tracks targeted at Ghana’s Big Ivy in their ongoing lyrical feud.
In a video posted to Instagram, Mummy Dolarz challenged Big Ivy to a live battle on stage.
According to her, she sees the “cut and join rap” as child’s play and would instead invest her time into a battle where a live audience can judge.
“If you want me to reply you, let’s meet on stage. If you want me to come to Ghana, I will come to Ghana, if you want to come to Nigeria I will be expecting you. Mama Ghana, let’s have a physical battle on stage,” she said.
Mummy Dolarz added that “let the audience judge, yes I challenge you, but till then, I am your queen of rap.”
This comes after, Big Ivy won over the internet again with her new single Poison Ivy -a reply to Mummy Dolarz.
Many people who were impressed with Big Ivy were waiting to hear what Mummy Dolarz comes up with.
However, it seems the next time these two would battle again may be on a stage.
The Big Ivy and Mummy Dolarz beef
On Sunday, May 8, CJ Biggerman chose to celebrate his mother in a different and creative way.
He made a beat for her while she rapped about all the things she’s done as a mother amid giving some advice to young women on the song called Big Momma.
Months later, some Nigerians felt Ghana could not display such creativity without being challenged, so they called on their mothers to reply Big Ivy.
When Nigeria’s Mummy Dolarz with the help of her son comedian Oluwadolarz released a track throwing shots at Big Ivy, a new Ghana-Niaja beef was officially born.
Big Ivy did not want to be defeated so she went back to the studio and released a new track for Mummy Dolarz called Mama Naira.
But that only added to the already burning flame. Mummy Dolarz returned to her studio and released her track; crowning herself the queen of rap.
However, Big Ivy who did not hesitate to show her rap prowess released Poison Ivy. The song, which is a reply to Nigeria’s Mummy Dolarz, sees Big Ivy dishing out jabs at her opponent.
Lines like “I’m a Ghana woman with power, something you can’t relate to. Shout out to NEPA, you go blackout. This battle you go back out,” has gotten her a lot of applause.