- Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has reacted to reports that he refused to attend Obrafour's 'Pae Mu Ka' documentary shoot
- In a series of tweets, the rapper told his fans that the allegation making rounds about his snub are not entirely true
- Obrafour in an interview lamented at how Sarkodie and Okyeame Kwame failed to show up for the documentary in celebration of his 20 years as a rapper
Popular Ghanaian musician Sarkodie has asked his fans to ignore the reports making rounds concerning his snub of Obrafour.
According to the rapper, he chose not to respond to negative news and that the allegations are not entirely true.
In a series of tweets, Sarkodie expressed disappointment at the reports and urged his fans to ignore the allegations.
"Eerm so 2 team Sark, I know the feeling y’all go through when there’s something “negative” going on and I don’t comment," he wrote in the first tweet.
"But please know, if it’s worth wasting energy 2 go back n forth i will. if there’s no need (normally there’s no truth),I won’t so if I don’t, y’all know," he added.
The 'Can't Let You Go' hitmaker lamented in the second tweet about the negative stories and how the media try to create misunderstanding between artistes.
"The media needs content ( *nothing wrong with that ) but as artiste, we also have the right to pick and choose what to feed into ( not by force )," he noted as he wrote the third tweet.
Even though he wrote the message in a subtle manner, everyone who read understood that he was addressing the current negative story about him.
He was in the news after veteran rapper Obrafour claimed that Sarkodie refused to show up for his documentary shoot.
According to the Obrafour, Sarkodie and Okyeame Kwame who are both rappers who claim to draw inspiration from him turned down his invitation.
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