- Sarkodie has said his Sub Zero diss song is not for Asem
- He said he released the song for Ghanaians to release stress while fighting the novel coronavirus
- People earlier believed that the song given its lyrics, was release against Asem
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Ghanaian ‘highest’ rapper Sarkodie has finally cleared the air on the matters arising from his Sub Zero diss song.
People had earlier said the lyrics of the song were meant for rapper Asem who had earlier claimed supremacy over Sarkodie in the rap game.
Others also claimed the song was directed at Shatta Wale.
However, the Baby hitmaker has denied all those rumours and reports and revealed whom he actually sang the song for.
According to Sarkodie, he sang the song for Ghanaians to whine with it and help take everyone’s mind off the novel coronavirus for a while.
He added that until the release of his song, Ghana's atmosphere was charged with coronavirus, stressing that Sub Zero has reduced the tension a bit.
Sarkodie made this revelation in a Skype interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on TV3 on the morning of Wednesday, April 8, 2020.
The song had earlier generated heated controversy causing Shatta Wale to complain that it was wrong for Sarkodie to release a diss song in this coronavirus-plagued time.
Efia Odo joined Shatta Wale to roast Sarkodie, stressing that Ghanaians need peace and tranquility now.
Meanwhile, Sarkodie had swallowed his pride and named the only Ghanaian musician ‘bigger’ than him.
He made this revelation when Patapaa claimed to be a better rapper than him.
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