- Ace Hood has called Sarkodie a liar in his latest post on Twitter
- The American rapper was reacting to claims by Sarkodie that he [Ace Hood] had contacted him for their 2015 song, New Guy
-Sarkodie had made the suggestion in a video which is circulating on social media
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American rapper, Ace Hood, known in private life as Antoine McColiste, has described Ghana's Highest rapper, Sarkodie, as a liar.
This follows a video of Sarkodie claiming that Ace Hood's camp contacted him for New Guy, a song they did together.
Sarkodie featured Ace Hood on the New Guy song, a Hip-Hop record, which was released in 2015 amid reports that he had paid the American rapper to appear on the track.
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However, in an interview sometime later, the Highest rapper who explained how the collaboration came about indicated that the American rapper's team contacted him first.
According to Sarkodie, he thought it was a hoax but later confirmed it from his agent in America that Ace Hood's camp had linked up.
Five years down the line, the American rapper has denied Sarkodie's claims and described them as "lies."
In a post on Twitter on Thursday, July 30, 2020, Ace Hood stated emphatically that what Sarkodie said were all lies. And he even wished him well.
Ace Hood's tweet was triggered by a tweet from Pnorvinyo which shared a video Sarkodie's interview with a caption wondering how the song ended up as Sarkodie's own if Ace Hood contacted him.
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Meanwhile, Sarkodie recently caused a stir on social media after he made known his political intentions.
In a 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 see?
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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