- Sarkodie has been involved in an embarrassing situation with a fan on the set of a music video with R2Bees
- In a video, the fan called out Sarkodie for being stingy because he refused to give him money
- The fan had been hailing Sarkodie in anticipation of him making some cash flow but he got disappointed after the rapper refused
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Award-winning rapper, Sarkodie, born Michael Owusu Addo, has been on the receiving end of trolls on social media.
This follows the infamous Dr UN awards which saw Sarkodie and over 20 other prominent Ghanaians.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Sarkodie, D-Black, Berla Mundi, and other entertainers were recipients of the fake UN Kofi Awards from Kwame Fordjour.
But even before, Sarkodie comes out of the debacle, Sarkodie has been put in a not so pleasant position once again.
The rapper has been humiliated by a rude who begged him for money while on a set shooting a music video.
Sarkodie is currently shooting a music video with his Tema-based compatriots, R2bees.
In a behind-the-scenes video from the shoot, the Sarkodie is seen moving about on the set while the crew.
One of the fans watching the video shoot on the scene started hailing and shouting Sarkodie's name.
But after flowing the fans and not getting any reply response from the Sarkodie, the fan who had apparently wanted Sarkodie to dash him some money got disappointed and he could be heard describing the rapper as stingy.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh has reported that Dancehall superstar, Shatta Wale, has waded into the fake UN Kofi Annan awards saga.
In his latest video on social media, Shatta Wale laughed at D-Black, Sarkodie and other stars who are involved in the scandal.
He also claimed that while all the recipients paid GHC1,000 each, D-Black paid GHC5,000 because he wanted five flasks.
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