- Sherifa Gunu has opened up about the communication issue she has with Sarkodie
- According to her, Sarkodie replies her messages in his own time which happen to be very late
- Sarkodie and Sherifa have a song together and the latter was looking to remix it
Ghanaian singer Sherifa Gunu has called out award-winning rapper Sarkodie over what appears like communication issues she was having with him in recent times.
While speaking in an interview on EBN and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Sherifa Gunu wanted to move away from talking about her relationship with Sarkodie but managed a few words.
According to her, she used to be very cool with Sarkodie but after she travelled to give birth abroad, that relationship has stalled.
Sherifa said even though they were not at loggerheads, Sarkodie rarely responds to her messages and it was a topic she did not want to delve into.
The Abela singer said she wanted to remix a song she recorded with Sarkodie some six years ago but her messages to the You Go Kill Me singer did not get replied to for months.
"I would like us to skip that...Things do change. It is not like the way it used to be but it is okay," Sherifa Gunu said.
"The communication was not going through well...We recorded it 6 years ago...I came back and we were supposed to do it...when we get in touch, it takes another two to three months before the person reply you", Sherifa added.
Speaking about musicians, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Mr Okoh Pinehas Chartey, the driver of the car that caused the death of award-winning hiplife artiste, Ebony Reigns has been remanded in prison and charged.
This decision, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Peacefmonline was made by the Nkawie Circuit Court.
Mr Chartey was driving a Jeep car with registration number AS-497-16, which was involved in the accident that claimed the lives of the hiplife songstress and two others around Nyamebekyere and Nsuta on the Sunyani-Kumasi highway, on February 08, 2018.
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