- Sarkodie opened up about the economic challenges in the country in an interview with Joy FM and mentioned how much he spends on fuel
- The ace Ghanaian musician said he spends approximately GH₵2k on fuel every three days and mentioned that he is feeling the consequences of Ghana's economic woes
- The rapper's comments sparked interesting reactions on social media, as many folks did not believe he was suffering as much as the average Ghanaian
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Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie, has opened up about the economic challenges in the country.
Speaking to George Quaye on Joy FM's Showbiz360, the musician said he might not be feeling the effects of Ghana's economic woes as much as the average Ghanaian, but it is definitely affecting him too.
Sarkodie said the astronomical rise in fuel prices has made fueling his cars expensive. According to the rapper, he spends around GH₵2k every three days to fuel his vehicle.
George Quaye's entourage jovially asked if money was still not a problem like the rapper proudly postulates in his songs. Sarkodie laughed and said money was still not a problem, but he faced hardship in certain areas of his life.
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Many folks felt Sarkodie was sugar-coating his words to avoid stepping on toes. The rapper was very vocal about Ghana's economic challenges during former president John Dramani Mahama's tenure. Hence many Ghanaians expected him to be equally vocal in the Nana Addo era.
Ghanaians Criticise Sarkodie
Sarkodie banku go straight to the point and stop comparing yourself to the street
bra2217 was not too pleased with Sark either:
just trying to sugar coat his words no truthfulness
ghanalatestsongs also wrote:
Shame on him...
Sarkodie: Popular Ghanaian MC Kojo Manuel Rates Sarkodie's JAMZ 8.5; Calls it an Amazing Project
In other news, Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has been the talk of the town since he dropped his star-studded album on November 11, 2022.
Following the release of Sarkodie's eighth studio album, JAMZ, many Ghanaians have flooded social media to share their thoughts.
YEN.com.gh caught up with award-winning hype man and radio host Kojo Manuel for a review of the album.
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