CEO of MOB Studios, Awal Alhassan, known in Showbiz as Possi Gee has quizzed critics of Sarkodie’s lyrics in ‘ Jennifer Lomotey’ a song originally owned by Kurl Songx, winner of 2016 MTN Hitmaker.
According to Possi Gee, the producer of Shatta Wale’s hit song ‘Ayoo,’ who is to be blamed for the controversial myth that Sarkodie mentioned in the song; Ghana Education Service (GES), Sarkodie or Komfo Anokye?
Speaking to www.233times.com on phone, Possi Gee said he was taught in school that Komfo Anokye cursed the Krobos with promiscuity so that myth is a public knowledge. “Is Komfo Anokye to be blamed for cursing the Krobos?” he asked. He added, “Then I guess GES is to be blamed as well for allowing it to be taught in schools or?” He wondered why Sarkodie is attacked for repeating that myth in a song.
Possi Gee asked “Who will then be given the GHC2 million that the Krobo (Kloma Hengme) youth group is demanding. Will it be given to all Krobo descendants or the youth group and for what reason will that money be paid?”
Possi Gee said he is still waiting for an answer to his question as to who is to be blamed for Sarkodie’s lyrics in ‘Jennifer Lomotey’ song.
A verse in the ‘Jennifer Lomotey’ song rapped by Sarkodie said “A good Krobo lady who has beads on her waist, Komfo Anokye has cursed her with promiscuity.”
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