Ghanaians roast Sarkodie over plans to be president

Ghanaians roast Sarkodie over plans to be president

- Rapper, Sarkodie, has come under serious bashing on social media

- Sarkodie teased his fans on social media about his plans to become a presidential candidate in 2024

- His fans have rather taken him to the cleaners

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Award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie, has finally made known his political intentions.

Ghanaians roast Sarkodie over plans to be president
Sarkodie Photo credit: Instagram/Sarkodie
Source: Instagram

In his recent post on social media, Sarkodie posted a photo of himself dressed in a coffee brown kaftan with black shoes.

Captioning the photo, Sarkodie wrote:

Presidential candidate 2020 anaa mo se?

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But his post was met with sharp reactions, with some saying he should stick to music and not meddle in politics.

Others also bashed King Sark saying he could not even manage an artiste he signed to his record label, therefore, he will not be able to run a country.

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Sarkodie has previously done songs that express his interest in the Ghanaian political space. brings you some of these comments.

Kwaku Offei Bekoe is of the view that if Sarkodie even stands for assemblyman, he will lose:

Counselor Kwabena Afriyie stated that Sarkodie could not manage rapper Strongman when he signed him, therefore he won't be able to manage a whole country:

John Kofi Baah Yeboah believes Sarkodie will be a fine president in the future:

Nana Amo HolyGhost holds the view that Sark's decision to be president was informed by Kanye West's announcement:

Saviola Chris also held that politics is not Sarkodie's ministry:

Meanwhile, earlier reported that popular Ghanaian actor, Agya Koo, known in real life as Kofi Adu, had come under serious bashing for saying he is the best actor in the Ghanaian movie industry.

Agya Koo, in a recent interview on Starr FM that was monitored by, stated that no actor in Ghana comes close to him. He added that when it comes to acting in Ghana, there is no male actor who can do it better than him.

His statement did not go down well with Ghanaians and they have taken to social media to respond to him accordingly.

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