DJ Mensah tells how Sarkodie was attacked spiritually before performing at Rappeholic Concert

DJ Mensah tells how Sarkodie was attacked spiritually before performing at Rappeholic Concert

- Sarkodie’s DJ, DJ Mensah, has narrated how he was once attacked

- He said the attack was more spiritual than physical as the rapper could not even stand on his feet

- DJ Mensah said this happened in 2012 during the Rapperholic Concert in Kumasi

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Sarkodie’s personal DJ, DJ Mensah, has narrated how the rapper was attacked spiritually somewhere in 2012.

He said this happened during the 2012 edition of the annual Rapperholic Concert which was held in Kumasi that year.

According to him, Sarkodie was ready and all geared up to perform, however, suddenly, he became unconscious and could not even stand on his feet.

DJ Mensah tells how Sarkodie was attacked spiritually before performing at Rappeholic Concert

Sarkodie. Photo credit: Supplied
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DJ Mensah revealed further than he had to quickly draw the attention of Sarkodie’s family members and pastors who intervened with prayers on the telephone lines.

After the prayers were said, King Sark was said to have been made well again.

However, just when he was about to perform, another attack came.

This time, DJ Mensah himself was attacked when his laptop to play music went off.

In addition to that, lights at the auditorium all went off making the place dark.

Despite all these challenges, DJ Mensah said they were able to pull through and give off their best.

He disclosed also that whoever was behind the attack was revealed to them by a pastor.

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Meanwhile, Sarkodie has trended in the news following the sharp outbursts of his wife Tracy Sarkcess.

She had earlier questioned Akufo-Addo’s need to close Ghana borders when they were stuck abroad.

When they finally arrived in Ghana, Tracy again complained about the poor treatment they were receiving in mandatory quarantine.

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