- Sarkodie has defended the integrity of rapper, Wale
- He slammed a Twitter user who insinuated that the American artiste didn't have a career prior to working with the Ghanaian act
- The two artistes worked together on a song off the upcoming "No Pressure" album by Sarkodie
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Ghanaian artiste, Sarkodie, has blasted a Twitter user who threw dirt on the name of American rapper, Wale.
The rapper's anger was caused by the self-acclaimed Tupac's grandson, who suggested that Wale's feature on Sarkodie's upcoming "No Pressure" album, is the start of his career.
The obviously incensed Sarkodie tweeted to show his displeasure at the suggestion.
"Always that one who wanna play dumb… smh," posted the 'Coachella' rapper.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Sark Nation, the fan base of Sarkodie had shown their appreciation to Wale for promoting the upcoming album of their idol.
The album also features Cassper Nyovest (South Africa) and Giggs (United Kingdom.) It will be released on Friday, July 30, 2021.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that Adalyn Owusu Addo, also known as 'Titi' supported her father during a listening session for the "No Pressure" album.
Dressed in pink fitness clothes paired with white sneakers, she looked excited to be at the event held at the Adidas Originals store at Cantonments in Accra.
Meanwhile, Sarkodie shared photos of himself smoking a cigar when he turned 36 on July 10, 2021.
He shared the photos on his Instagram account that has a following of 4.5 million to celebrate his special day with his fans and followers. Sarkodie also showed off suits, an expensive wristwatch and a fashion ring.
The rapper was pictured lighting a cigar as he flexed his deluxe accessories for the camera.
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