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Give Birth To A Male Child So He Takes Over Your Rap Crown - Fan Tells Sarkodie And He Replies   
 
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19-Aug-2019  
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Sarkodie gave a really cool answer to a fan who asked him to give birth to a male child so he could take over his throne when he finally bows out of the rap scene.

The twitter user who goes by the ID @dee2kay2 asked, “@sarkodie pls #DoYOU mind giving us a young Sark asap??”

Sarkodie replied; “@dee2kay2 You mean a boy? Ok working on that”

So to y’all Sarkodie fans, be ready since your king is banging Tracy to fulfill their request very soon.

Meanwhile, Head of Hitz FM, Mark Okraku-Mantey has siad Hammer should stop disturbing us with Sarkodie’s status as the most consistent in the game because there are other artists who equally belong to the same bracket.

He said on Hitz FM:

I don’t really agree with what Hammer said that we should study Sarkodie as a Course in Schools. Yes, Sarkodie is a brilliant rapper but i think for now, he’s not at that level for Hammer to say we should study him.

Then Ghana should be ready to study some of us too in Schools because I’ve also done extremely well as far as GH Entertainment is concerned.

I also hear Hammer saying Sarkodie is the only Ghanaian musician who has been consistent for 11 straight years. Massa, Sarkodie is not the only Ghanaian Musician who has been consistent For 11 Years; Obrafour, Daddy Lumba, Amakye Dede, Ofori Amponsah, you name then, were all consistent in their first 11 years of Music; Hammer should give us a break.”


 



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