- Sarkodie has called for the banishment of Timaya’s I Can’t Kill Myself song
- He said the song must be discouraged from all gyms in Ghana
- Many people have reacted to Sarkodie’s post
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Ghana's highest rapper, Sarkodie, has said Timaya’s I Can’t Kill Myself song should be banned from Ghanaian gyms.
He did not give any further explanation or reason, but fans have read into Sarkodie’s post and are jumping to conclusions.
The song, in general, is known to motivate people to take things easy in life and not stress themselves too much.
Therefore, calling for it to be banned in gyms is just a way to say that one could easily fall on the song to give up working hard in the gym.
Many people have reacted to Sarkodie’s post.
Gid, for instance, wanted to know why Sarkodie wants to raise heavy metals at the gym:
Gid added again that Sarkodie killed it himself contrary to the song:
Frank backed Sarkodie saying the song demotivates people:
Kwadwo also said the song discourages people from training hard at the gym:
Olympus shared another reason why the song needs to be banned:
Baby says he can relate:
There are many such comments telling how fans agreed with Sarkodie on his wish that Timaya’s song be banned.
The top rapper has been in the news recently when part of his room got damaged during an earth tremor that occurred in Accra a few weeks ago.
He shared the video of the damage to his social media to show how severe it was.
His daughter, Titi, has also been in the news with her heartwarming activities.
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Titi interrupted her father’s video call with a friend craving his attention.
She said: “I am with you daddy”, seeking to remind her father that she was around and needed attention too. Her action excited so many people who admired Titi’s intelligence for a young child.
Her mother, Tracy Sarkcess, was also in the news for flaunting Sarkodie’s heavy Range Rover to the world.
King Sark himself shared a beautiful photo from his hall to prove to Ghanaians that he enjoys real luxury.
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