- A South African music producer, CTea Beats, says Sarkodie has ignored him after working many years together
- CTea said the Ghanaian rapper accused him of leaking a song he recorded for him hence Sarkodie’s decision to distance himself from him
- He said all attempts to repair his broken relationship with Sarkodie has not worked as the rapper has even refused to reply his messages
A South African music producer has complained that rapper Sarkodie has ignored him after many years of working with him.
CTea Beats says Sarkodie’s behaviour towards him is unfair and he feels really bad.
He was speaking in an interview in a video seen by YEN.com.gh.
The South African music producer who was born in Ghana, revealed that Sarkodie had issues with him when a song he worked on for him got leaked.
According to him, he was not responsible for the leakage of the song, and had no idea how the song got leaked, however, Sarkodie falsely accused him and eventually decided not to talk with him again.
CTea revealed that Sarkodie was very disappointed when the song got leaked because he had a big plan for it.
However, the producer insisted that he had nothing to do with the leaking of the song.
“I didn’t leak the song, I don’t leak songs,” CTea emphasised.
He is pained because all efforts to repair his damaged relationship with the Highest rapper has not yielded any positive results, after many years of that incident.
He added that he had sent many beats to Sarkodie but he is yet to receive any reply from him.
“I have also tried to reach out to him for collaborations but Sarkodie keeps ignoring me,” CTea sadly said.
Meanwhile, it is obvious that King Sark is hesitating to work again with this music producer because of trust issues.
Away from that, he had earlier expressed the desire to become good friends with Shatta Wale again.
Sarkodie confessed to missing Shatta Wale so much and wishes to repair their broken relationship.
He was in the news for performing Shatta Wale’s Thunder Fire on stage.
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