- Rapper M.anifest has sent a hilarious birthday message to fellow rapper Sarkodie as the latter celebrates his birthday today
- M.anifest made reference to the fact that Sarkodie wore an African print attire, something that the latter trolled him for
- Twitter users on reading the birthday message jumped on the troll wagon against Sarkodie
Popular Ghanaian rapper M.anifest has sent a birthday message to his fellow rapper Sarkodie as the 'Can't Let You Go' rapper celebrates his birthday today, July 10, 2019.
According to the rapper, Sarkodie is a 'kaba god' just like him as the Sarkcess boss was dressed in an African print.
After posting a photo of Sarkodie wearing an African print, M.anifest wrote "From one kaba god to another. Happy Birthday @sarkodie."
The birthday message was regarded by many as hilarious as fans of the two rappers expressed their opinion about the message.
Fans took to reply section to comment on M.anifest's post:
Nitro asked if M.anifest was jabbing Sarkodie:
Rhichy trolled Sarkodie for wearing an African print:
Kojo claimed Sarkodie wants to dethrone M.anifest:
Michael recalled the sense of humor in M.anifest's post:
Selassie had this to say:
M.anifest's hilarious birthday followed a jab thrown at him by Sarkodie when the two rappers were 'beefing.'
In the song titled 'Kanta', Sarkodie trolled M.anifest as he said that a rapper who wears kaba cannot battle with him.
The jab was used to troll M.anifest over a long time since he was fond of wearing African prints in his videos.
However, it was all joy for fans when Sarkodie and M.anifest trashed out their differences and made peace.
In a related news, Sarkodie has reacted to the photo error made by BET in wishing him a happy birthday.
The 'Wofa Kwame' hitmaker referred to Strongman as a legend after the latter's photo was posted by BET instead of him.
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