Sherifa Gunu: Video of Singer Praising Sarkodie over 200 cedis gift drops Online

Sherifa Gunu: Video of Singer Praising Sarkodie over 200 cedis gift drops Online

- Sherifatu Gunu has praised Sarkodie for being kind and caring toward her

- She recalled how Sarkodie featured on her song for no fee at all

- Sherifa also revealed how Sarkodie gave her 200 cedis for fuel

- Now, she has accused the rapper of being proud and pompous to the extent that he takes 2-3 months to respond to her calls and messages

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A video of Ghanaian musician, Sherifa Gunu, praising Sarkodie for being kind, and caring has dropped online.

Sherifa was in the studios of an Accra-based radio station where she made the revelation.

She said she had sent a message to Sarkodie concerning a song she wanted him to feature on.

Sherifa Gunu: Video of Singer Praising Sarkodie over 200 cedis gift drops Online
A collage of Sherifa and Sarkodie. Photo credit: @sherifa_gunu @sarkodie/Instagram
Source: Instagram

Sarkodie, according to Sherifa, drove all the way to Kasoa, where the studio in which she was recording the song was situated.

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She was so proud of Sarkodie and spoke highly of him, including that he did not charge her a dime for that collaboration.

What blew her off her feet was that Sarkodie gave her a cool amount of 200 cedis for fuel, a gift she was so content with.

It is unclear, therefore, what exactly could be causing the misunderstanding between the two musicians.

Sherifa has recently accused Sarkodie of turning his back on her and ignoring her.

According to her, Sarkodie hardly responds to her messages, and when he decides to, he takes 2-3 months to respond to just one message.

Gunu 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.

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"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.

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