“Ain’t no missing ingredient that’s the dumbest line with all the experience, how can numbers lie … mɔmɔne mo abon”
Proclaimed Ghana’s fastest talented on the mic, Gemini brought back memories of Sarkodie’s much talked abut missing ingredient punchline when he threw shots at him on E.L’s Hiphop track “Go To Church” on his latest released mixtape album – B.A.R.
Gemini with his well known style of tongue-twisting on the second verse of the song referred to that particular line “I’m the missing ingredient, call me the Irish cream” as the dumb.
Sarkodie on the BET cypher in 2012 which featured giant rappers with the likes of Jean Grae,Ab Soul & Talib Kweli in his verse stated “So many emcees back in Africa making a perfect meal, but I’m the missing ingredient, call me the Irish cream.”.
Defending himself in an interview with Akosua Hanson on RyseNShyne, Gemini explained “In rap there is something called subliminal, they are not insults, they are indirect approach to address issues, Oh yeah, and it’s obvious I was hitting at Sarkodie. Every rapper claims they are the best so when you want a big kill you go for the big fish. He is topping in the game and if you want to make a statement you have to address him and people will fear you. Because if you are addressing Sarkodie then you must be dope. I’m the dopest and we are cool because he shouted me out on his Return of the Spartans.”