Renowned Ghanaian Entertainment pundit and writer Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo has opened up on the reason why he has been on the ‘neck’ of Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie for the past couple of days.
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Recall Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo has been firing the Sark Nation boss from all angles both on social media and on several interviews on radio and television following a controversial statement by the rapper that Ghanaians do not celebrate and support him well enough.
This comes after the rapper during his stay in the West African country attended a radio interview on Beat FM to promote his newly released album titled ‘No Pressure’. During the course of the interview, the host on Beat FM expressed how disappointed he is to see that Ghanaians do not support and celebrate Sarkodie well enough.
Sarkodie in his response to the statement by the host revealed how he has spoken something he has been eager to say for a very long time, giving validation to the presenter’s statement that indeed, Ghanaians do not support him well enough.
Arnold reacting to the interview and the actions of the rapper in a phone-in interview with Multimedia on-air presenter Andy Dosty on the ‘Day Break Hitz’ morning show on Accra-based radio station Hitz FM stated his problem with Sarkodie on the interview is the validation and endorsement the rapper gave to the presenter’s statement.
According to Arnold, Sarkodie wasn’t fair to Ghanaians when he agreed to the statement by the presenter that Ghanaians do not support him well enough in his music career. He said Ghanaians have given their all to the rapper ever since he came to the music industry.
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