Award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, affectionately known as Sarkodie has been touched after he was tagged in a video that captures the moment some school kids were filmed singing one of his songs off his ‘No Pressure’ album.
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The kids believed to be pupils of the Talent Experimental School situated in Elubo were singing word-for-word his “I’ll Be There” tune featuring Gospel musician, MOG Music.
Sarkodie expressed his admiration for the school kids for being able to memorize one of his songs off his recently released album dubbed “No Pressure”.
Watch the video below:
In other news, Ghanaian socialite, Ayisha Modi has launched fresh attacks at actress and movie producer, Tracey Boakye amid her beef with her current arch-nemesis Afia Schwarzenegger.
Recall, it was reported that Tracey Boakye had a miscarriage with her third baby believed to be that of Dr. Kweku Oteng. It was unclear as to what caused the miscarriage but per Ayisha’s recent rant, we have been able to deduce the cause.
In Ayisha Modi’s submissions, Tracey Boakye’s baby died because of her evil deeds. She claimed that the informant who told her about Tracey’s pregnancy and miscarriage was Afia Schwarzenegger and also informed her about the father of the baby.
However, Ayisha debunked claims of supporting Stonebwoy simply to gain favors from him. She said that she is the only fan who has a verified account on Instagram and she created her page out of the love she has for the dancehall musician.