- Part of Sarkodie’s room was damaged by the earth tremor that hit Accra on Wednesday night
- He shared a video to show the impact of the tremor in his room
- The tremor was felt in some parts of Accra while occurring also in other parts of the world
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Ghana’s Highest rapper Sarkodie has been badly hit by the earth tremor that occurred in some parts of Accra and other parts of the world.
He shared a video on his Twitter handle to show how badly he was affected by the tremor.
In the caption, Sarkodie indicated that he didn’t know the thing was so real until he saw the damage in his room.
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In the video, it appears a wooden structure was damaged with part of it falling off.
His fans have reacted to the video with some hoping that no member of his household was injured.
July hoped no one was hurt:
Nana responded that the devil is a liar:
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Ann appeared surprised to see the video:
Pog was worried about Sarkodie’s safety:
Judas also asked if the children are safe:
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Abena also prayed for Sarkodie to stay safe:
Efo also cared about the family:
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There are many of such comments showing how fans care about Sarkodie and his family.
He was in the news recently following a photo he shared of his newborn baby.
The boy was delivered in the USA where Sarkodie has been with the family for some time now.
Meanwhile, authorities have confirmed that Wednesday night’s experience is really an earthquake that also happened in other parts of the world.
Reports have it that more of such are yet to be experienced in the coming days.
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