Last two days, Sarkodie spoke his mind in a mixtape song he titled ‘free press.’ In the song the prolific Rapper outlined how the media have been a bad instrument in his career and if not for his strong will to pursue his agenda of pushing Ghana to the globe, he would have been musically dead by now.
There have been reactions from Ghanaian Celebrities who are applauding their ‘PRO’ (Sarkodie) for doing the blasting on their behalf.
Among the Celebrities who are giving Sarkodie thumbs up for the work done include Rapper D Black and Actor John Dumelo. Though many of the celebrities are glad Sarkodie did that, these two have made their support for Sarkodie public via their Twitter pages. This is what they tweeted;
— John Dumelo (@johndumelo1) August 14, 2014
Hahahahahah!!!! Nku na me de twa video !!! Nku!? Well said ma g @sarkodie
— SonOfGod (@DBLACKGH) August 15, 2014
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