- Efia Odo has jabbed Sarkodie for releasing a diss song against Asem
- He said Sarkodie must be feeling bored to release such a song at a time the world is fighting against coronavirus
- Efia added that Ghanaians need peace and tranquility at this time
- Shatta Wale had earlier chastised Sarkodie for that song
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Efia Odo seems to have joined Shatta Wale in chastising Sarkodie for releasing a diss song against rapper Asem.
Efia said the timing is wrong because the whole world is trying to get over the novel coronavirus.
She added that the person might be bored for wanting to attack a colleague musician at this time.
She warned that everyone wants peace and tranquility and so this is not the time to start a beef.
Efia was quick, however, to say that she was not referring to Sarkodie but rather an offender from New York.
Others believe she is telling lies and have taken her on.
Priscilla believes Efia was speaking about Sarkodie:
But Efia denied that again:
David also threw a jab at Efia:
Kweku warned Efia not to “shake that table”:
Kelvin also warned Efia Odo:
Meanwhile, in Sarkodie’s Sub Zero diss song to Asem, he sang that he is now the champion of the game and passed those who claimed to be the pacesetters.
He also sang that he would only reply to people like Asem if they could afford much money to pay him.
“My paddy you dey craze, your face like car under,” Sarkodie sang.
His wife Tracy had earlier said that her husband is minding his own business, and yet, people keep beefing him.
Shatta Wale had earlier called Sarkodie a poor man and an unfaithful husband who sleeps with other women behind his wife.
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