- Sarkodie has posed by an expensive Rolls Royce on social media with people praising him
- It has been established that the car belongs to one Alien GH
- Sarkodie allegedly borrowed the car for a video shoot and is said to have returned it to the owner
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Ghana’s Highest rapper Sarkodie trended massively in the media when photos of him posed by an expensive Rolls Royce surfaced online.
His fans went gaga with full of praise for him calling him for buying such an expensive car.
However, it has been established that the Rolls Royce belongs to one of Ghana’s young billionaire, Alien GH.
Sarkodie is alleged to have borrowed the car from the young man to shoot a music video; after which he returned the car to its owner.
This is contained in a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Celebritiesbuzz.com.
Alien GH is said to have confirmed this himself as he has also been seen with the same car since 2019.
The young man owns a Range Rover, and other luxurious cars in addition to the Rolls Royce.
Stonebwoy, for instance, was captured driving in his Escalade to the launch of a Techno Mobile device for which he has been made a brand ambassador.
Sarkodie, on the other hand, is known to own a Range Rover which his wife Tracey Sarkcess recently flaunted in a photo published by YEN.com.gh.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published photos of a young man who looks so much like musician Kuami Eugene.
As an aspiring musician himself, the young man bears a striking resemblance to the Rockstar and fans can’t stop talking about it.
His hairstyle, facial expression, and posture make him look just like Kuami Eugene, and this could confuse someone who sees him for the first time.
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