- Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has set tongues wagging after sharing a video involving a young boy proving his rap skills
- In the video, the young boy was captured rapping one of Sarkodie's songs
- Fans and social media users, after watching the video, expressed admiration and love for the young boy
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Award-winning rapper Sarkodie has got Instagram buzzing after releasing a video of a young boy rapping.
In the video which has gone viral, the young boy was seen showing his rapping prowess on one of Sarkodie's song.
The boy who looks like an 11-year-old, sat in a car with another young man as he did justice to Sarkodie's song.
Word-for-word, the boy proved that he can rap like Sarkodie when given the necessary support and encouragement.
After posting the video, fans and social media users who watched the video expressed admiration for the little boy:
@archipalago admired the little boy: "Allah Walahi that’s really tremendous!!! Angatanwa."
@evaxalordiah wished the boy all the best: "He about to become a Rapper for real. These be your Earth children."
@sketchez_parker asked Sarkodie to train the little boy: "Sarkodie u for train this child well."
@quophi_agymai had this to say: "Chale I feel challenged! I just posted ma video and this kid beat me self!!"
@dest1gh commented: "Asuwear @sarkodie you for do everything possible to bring him on stage. RapperHolic ."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that fans and social media users want Sarkodie to help the boy.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has published a story about another young musician who wowed Stonebwoy.
In the video Stonebwoy posted on his Instagram, the 10-year-old boy named Little Gargamel performed with the 'Kpoo Keke' hitmaker.
Fans and social media users, after watching the video, asked Stonebwoy to help the little boy.
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