Enjoyment of Monday, 22 June 2020
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Ghanaian rapper, Asem has blasted the former manager of Sarkodie immediately after he recommended him to stop his continual attacks on Sarkodie.
Adhering to the release of Sarkodie’s new tune with M.anifest ‘Brown Paper Bag’, Asem mocked Sarkodie for not creating any sense in the music whilst he hailed M.anifest.
“Manifests verse while. Fire. As for the other person so so nonfa eiii wey sort make a difference far too be this, why ebey by power? Conscious and social-political rap is not for anyone see how Mdot lash am for ein individual keep track of leading. Remember to he must stick to Azonto,” he tweeted.
In a different tweet, Asem claimed the artwork is disrespect to the political leaders whose pictures have been depicted.
His rants compelled Sammy Forson to suggest him to halt the many attacks on Sarkodie and focus on developing his vocation and continue to be suitable in the recreation.
“On the actual bro, with all due respect, you dey about-do this detail. The tunes area is massive enough 4 anyone. U have ur legacy as Asem. Sark has built his. We ain’t in standard times & audio can heal, encourage & preach improve. 2pac, Bob Marley did it. Sark is on it & u can way too bro,” the former Sarkodie supervisor and a broadcaster at Pleasure FM replied to Asem on Twitter.
Immediately after his remark, Asem closely descended on him and disclosed how he begged him to be his manager but he denied him that privilege.
“That bulu bulu radio presenter male far too say what? You employed to comply with me close to like a dog. When your girl cheated on you who did you simply call to cry to? Tok b3l3. You were begging to be my supervisor but I denied you that privilege and since then you turned into a hater. Follow adhere to,” Asem rebutted.
Asem has been on Sarkodie’s nerves for some time now—and the rationale guiding his assaults is at this time not recognized.
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