Sarkodie replies Shatta Wale’s for trolling him on being featured by a ghost

Award-winning rapper Sarkodie claims that after the release of his song with Bob Marley, he has gotten an outpouring of love and support from everyone in the industry.

Shatta Wale, a colleague in the industry, stated in a manner that some have described as sarcastic that Sarkodie should be praised for having a ghost appear on the song “Stir It Up.”

Shatta not only made fun of the endeavor during an interview with Luv FM’s Drive Time, but he also discounted the importance of Sarkodie being a part of a Bob Marley classic.

“I don’t see why it should be an issue. At least we have someone who has featured a ghost; we should applaud him. As we hear, Sarkodie has featured Bob Marley. It’s so beautiful.

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But responding to a question by a fan on Twitter Spaces, Sarkodie says he believes every person in the entertainment industry is happy about the feat.

“I haven’t checked social media that much but I think everybody is happy for what has happened unless I’m proven wrong,” he added.

Meanwhile, Sarkodie has revealed that he nearly passed on the opportunity to work on the Bob Marley classic.

The song was released on Friday, January 20, 2023, on all streaming media platforms.

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The Ghanaian artist stated during a discussion on the +44 Podcast that he didn’t feel deserving of having his vocals on the same tune as the iconic Reggae great.

Sarkodie and Shatta Wale on stage

“When I received the email, I nearly forwarded it because, in addition to having respect for the legend, I felt unworthy of sharing the stage with him. I was pretty severe on myself,” he admitted to podcast host Sideman.

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