- A video of Sarkodie's mother, Maame Aggrey, has popped up and it is causing a stir online
- In the video, Sarkodie's other was seen rapping her son's Bleeding song
- The video was taken from Sarkodie's This Is Tema concert
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Sarkodie's mother, Maame Aggrey, has been one of the rapper's staunchest supporters since he came into the limelight.
And Maame Aggrey is not relenting in her support for Sarkodie's career even though the rapper has found his feet and is the most successful among his peers.
The latest show of such special support from Sarkodie's mother was exhibited at the rapper's This Is Tema concert which was climaxed at the Chemu School park on Sunday, October 27, 2019.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh Sarkodie's mother was seen seated among concertgoers as her son performed on the night.
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Wearing a white dress, Mama Sark could be seen singing and rapping along when her son started performing his Bleeding song.
From her gesticulations and facial expressions, one could deduce that Sarkodie's mother was very happy on the night.
The video has drawn laughter among social media users since it popped up online.
@sare.joyce.9022 was impressed with the person who caused the blackout: "The guy who off the light, I reserve my heaven sit for him."
@salimaliyu12 found the video too funny: "Nuuh this is too funny . How you gonna do Mama Sark like that?"
@yungcasidy compared Sarkodie's mother to Eminem: "She is more than her son she is like Eminem."
@nana_pristel could not stop laughing: "I laugh saaaaa. Boiii Mama Sark."
Meanwhile, Sarkodie's father, Augustine Owusu Addo, made a rare public appearance as he joined others at 'Sark Walk' as part of his son's This Is Tema concert.
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