No Be You Talk Say Nana Toaso?

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Social media users have roasted multiple-award-winning artist Sarkodie after his recent comment on the increase of fuel and the ongoing strike of commercial vehicles.

A few hours ago, the rapper took to his Twitter page and lambasted the president over the introduction of taxes, increase in fuel, and other levies. Sarkodie has taken to his page to register his discomfort over the ongoing strike of commercial bus drivers and roadblocks in some parts of Accra.

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Earlier today, commercial drivers, okada riders, and other transport services have embarked on a sit-down strike as a warning to the government to reduce taxes and fuel prices. Most passengers have been left stranded in most parts of Accra.

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In the midst of the brouhaha, rapper Sarkodie took to his Twitter page to tweet saying, “The people are going through it !!! We always do !!! All we ask for is the right environment to hustle/ be productive …”.

However, it seems his tweet did not go down well with social media critics. A lot of criticizing why he has not composed a song just like he did to endorse the NPP.

@speaker: Laughable…Mahama anka wo hu dindiindin 3twisti rap…smh. Nana Addo’s administration will embarrass you on any given day. Start apologizing to Mahama. Ofui. Lapaz Bolt Uber East Legon Trotro

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@dave: NDC era like by now u make ur forehead big like Old Trafford dey compose diss track

@friendly match: No be u talk us say Nana Addo Toaso huh? NPP supporter dey hide under dey come tweet wey condemnation no dey inside. Make u condemn and stop dey hide dey right things wey no get sense inside

@we go blow: Hypocrisy at its best. Secof Nana toaso nti you no fi post the hardship your die-hard fans dey go thru. HYPOCRISY in capita letters n redpen

@mroludarejones: U see the hardships the citizenry are going through. U’ve turned a deaf ear to it. Assuming it was a certain John Mahama’s era, by this time u drop back-to-back diss tunes firing. Fast forward, another party is in charge, u mute, rather, u appearing at their funerals layin verses

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Source: www.ghgossip.com



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