Obrafour reveals why he left Sarkodie out of his documentary

Obrafour reveals why he left Sarkodie out of his documentary

- Obrafour has revealed that he cannot pinpoint what exactly prevented his “Godson”; Sarkodie from declining his invitation to feature in his documentary

- An obviously dissatisfied Obrafour however, said everything happens for a reason

- Obrafour, who will be celebrating two decades of being in the music industry with a mega concert at the Accra International Conference Centre in November

Hiplife legend Obrafour has broken his silence on why fellow legendary rappers Sarkodie and Okyeame Kwame didn’t feature on his “Pae Mu Ka” documentary.

The said documentary captures Obrafour’s journey so far as he marks his 20th anniversary in the Ghanaian music industry.

By extension, it features key industry persons who played roles in the rapper’s career.

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The likes of M.anifest, CY Lover, Hammer, Tic Tac (now TiC), Kwaw Kese, KOD, Yvonne Nelson, amongst others, are all featured on the project.

However, conspicuously missing in the documentary are rappers Sarkodie and Okyeame Kwame.

This has led to questions being raised by some industry persons about the relationship between the pair and Obrafour.

Addressing the media on Thursday, September 5, he said he invited “everybody” but some just failed to show up.

We invited everybody. If you don’t see anyone, ask them why they are not there. Some people were around but they didn’t want to show up,” Obrafour said.

In a separate interview with Zion Felix, the legendary rapper said he bears no grudges over the inability of both Sarkodie and Okyeame Kwame to feature on the documentary.

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He said he wouldn’t blame them that much because they may have been busy at the time the project was recorded.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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