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Your music career will die if you fail to apologize to Shatta Wale – Blogger Kimly Kesseh tells Sarkodie

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Ghanaian blogger Kimly Kesseh released a write-up that might get SarkNation to roast him on Twitter.

In a lengthy post on Facebook, the popular blogger predicted that the CEO of SarkCess Music’s career will take a nosedive should he fail to apologize to self-acclaimed dancehall king, Shatta Wale over their longstanding beef.

His reason for making such a prediction is not yet known but in the write-up, he described Sarkodie‘s manager, AngelTown as lazy manager.

Below is the full write-up of Kimly Kesseh

AN OPEN LETTER TO SARKODIE!!!

“A good and lovely day to all Sarknatives. I don’t care if I’m being trolled or not but the truth must be said the way and manner it’s ought to be said. I can feel it in my bone marrow that, many faithful and loyal fans of SARK thinks this should be solved long time ago”.

I will say it here and now without any iota of fear that, Sarkodie’s manager is a very lazy one at that. And it’s about time SARK starts doing the needful no matter what. It’s been some days, weeks and months since the misunderstanding broke out between Sarkodie and Shatta Wale and the management of Sarkodie couldn’t see any good reasons to reconcile them and you have the nerves to call yourself a creative artist manager?”

Big shame on you Mr Lazy manager. Please let’s speak truth to the word and let SARK wake up from his slumber and do the needful before it’s too late. I can say on authority that, things are falling apart around you and your career is not getting any better”.

“Please! Sarkodie, get off your high horse and do the needful by apologizing to your brother Shatta Wale. I for one, don’t want to know what brings about the misunderstanding. But all I am interested in is for you to make peace with your brother Shatta Wale”.

“Please! Please and Please! Forget about your so-called branding and for once do the honourable thing. Let it be written down in history that, you are the first big artist in Ghana to make peace with your brother in the industry”.

“Believe you me, if you and your lazy manager who refuses to think out of the box, do exactly the nonsense I have suggested, the generation now and generation to come will surely remember you and respect you forever”.

“I am not your fan as one may put it but above all, I am a proud Ghanaian who is always happy to see you guys giving us good vibes of music with a united front. #SARKPROVEYOURSELF”.

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Video: American Protestors March With Burna Boy’s Song, ‘Ye

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Nigerian Entertainer Burna Boy, who recently laid claim to being better than Davido and Wizkid, has had a massive reputational boost as American protestors marched with his ‘Ye’ song as they continue their protests over the death of George Floyd.

George Floyd was an African-American man who died during a police arrest in Minneapolis. Protests over police treatment of Floyd and other African Americans quickly spread across the United States and internationally.

The protests have intensified across all the 50 states in America, with the black communities actively leading the charge for reforms against institutionalized racism.

In one of the videos of the protests, protestors could be seen and heard chanting Burna Boy’s ‘Ye’ song with placards expressing their collective sentiments, “black lives matter”.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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‘This Year Could Have Been The BIGGEST Moment In My Career But Covid-19 Destroyed It’- Lord Paper Cries

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Ghanaian artiste, Lord Paper strongly believes this year could have been the best moment of his entire career if the novel Coronavirus hasn’t plunged life into chaos.

He’s right, he had two of the biggest songs in the country and his name was on everyone’s lips as the man of the moment but alas, after the ravaging disease grounded everything to a halt, he’s counting his losses, literally.

Speaking to Amansan Krakye of Central Radio, Lord Paper lamented the sad development and how it has ruined him.

He cried: “Coronavirus has really affected me. Because until Coronavirus came I was having one of the hottest song in the country which is asabone. Also, Dzigbordi was trending coupled with my VGMA nominations.

”So this could have been one of the best years for Lord Paper but because of this corona everything has been put on hold. For the first time I was nominated in the Ghana in the USA, Ghana in the UK and a lot of international awards.”

He however said he’s hopeful a vaccine will soon be found so things bounce to normalcy.

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No Ghanaian Artiste Made It To Billboard’s Top 15 Sub-Saharan African Artistes List Based On Global Views(List)

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Billboard has released the list of top 15 Sub-Saharan African artistes based on global views and unfortunately, no Ghanaian artiste made it to the list.

Nine Nigerians made it to the list with Burna Boy leading with 435.57 million views, Davido placing 3rd with 285.76 million views and Wizkid getting the 5th position with 176.23 million views.

Burna Boy had been amazing and with the kind of hard work he has exhibited over the years, he deserves every bit of his achievements.

Meanwhile, Billboard came out recently with the top 5 most-watched Ghanaian artistes on youtube with Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, and Stonebwoy gaining the first, second, and third positions respectively.


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