- Sarkodie has said Mz Gee of TV3 asks boring questions
- This was during an interview on that news network monitored by YEN.com.gh
- Mz Gee had asked Sarkodie to tell the relationship between him and Shatta Wale
- He replied calling that question a boring one because he had already made his stand clear many times
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Sarkodie had bluntly told TV3’s Mz Gee that she asked him a “boring question” when she asked him a question about Shatta Wale.
In a skype interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on TV3 on the morning of Wednesday, April 8, 2020, Mz Gee had asked Sarkodie to tell her and Ghanaians the relationship between him and Shatta Wale.
But Sarkodie frowned briefly and told Mz Gee that he would appreciate it if she asked meaningful questions that make an impact.
He explained that he had on many occasions made known the relationship between him and Shatta Wale as a not so good one.
“This is a boring question when you ask me. Everyone is not naïve about me and Shatta Wale. You don’t see that we are moving together, going to the club together and all that so you should know,” Sarkodie said.
His response might seem to have sent a wave of shock to Mz Gee whose face changed immediately Sarkodie said that.
She, however, quickly blushed off the seeming disappointment by thanking Sarkodie for his time on the show and wishing him all the best till he returns to Ghana.
Mz Gee had suffered a similar embarrassment when Wendy Shay called one of her questions “dumb” during an interview.
Mz Gee had only asked Wendy Shay the question “Who is Wendy Shay”, only for her to give that answer.
Meanwhile, Sarkodie and Shatta Wale have been fighting for years now.
Shatta Wale revealed in an earlier publication by YEN.com.gh that Sarkodie had stabbed him in the back in a Glo deal, for which reason he can’t be friends with him anymore.
They are currently fighting following a diss song Sub Zero which Sark released.
People said the song was against Asem and Shatta Wale.
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