- A music promoter based in the UK, Alodia Productions, has called Ayisha Modi a liar
- Ayisha had earlier accused Sarkodie of cheating Castro some money that was to be given to him
- She said Sarkodie also never gave that money to Castro’s family after his disappearance
- Alodia has countered Ayisha’s claims saying that Sarkodie gave money to Castro’s family
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A UK-based Ghanaian promoter, Alodia Productions, has spoken on an allegation made by Stonebwoy’s fan, Ayisha Modi, about Sarkodie and Castro.
Ayisha Modi has accused Sarkodie of being greedy and a cheat for keeping money meant for Castro.
According to her, Castro helped Sarkodie with one of his biggest songs, Adonai, by singing and even flying to join him in South Africa to shoot the song’s video.
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However, after all this, Sarkodie has not given Castro his due, adding that he has not even visited Castro’s family after his disappearance.
Countering that accusation against Sarkodie, Alodia Production has called Ayisha Modi a liar, stressing that Sarkodie made a huge donation to Castro’s family.
He revealed that only three musicians made that contribution – Shatta Wale, and the other half of Nkasei.
Alodia made this revelation during a phone interview on Zylofon FM when he was called by the host of the news programme, Sammy Flex, to speak on the issue.
He added further that the contribution was made on Castro’s birthday when the musicians mentioned came together to celebrate him.
Meanwhile, Ayisha Modi, in an earlier report by YEN.com.gh claimed that Castro spent over 2,000 pounds to go shopping in order for him to go shoot the Adonai video with Sarkodie in South Africa.
She lamented that Castro never got a pesewa from that project before he went missing.
Sarkodie, Ayisha claimed, has not visited Castro's parents even after his disappearance to pay his percentage to them.
She said this matter had been on her heart for a long time and she decided to talk about it now. Ayisha Modi also challenged Sarkodie to come out and deny or speak to the issue if she is not being truthful.
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