Reggie Rockstone Blasts Ghanaians Who Are Attacking Sarkodie

Ghanaian musician, Reggie Rockstone, has come to the rescue of rapper Sarkodie after some Ghanaians came after the latter, following his interview with Nigerian radio presenter, Osi.

Sarkodie, during his ‘No Pressure’ album tour in Nigeria, agreed with Osi’s assertion that Ghanaians tend not to be appreciative of their own talents.

The presenter said: So, that’s huge for you as a Ghanaian artiste to sell out the Apollo. And it took me, a Nigerian radio presenter during my research to know… It is almost like we don’t hear about this stuff. It’s almost like it is not happening. So I feel like we recognise how talented you are. You know what you are doing, especially not just for Ghanaian music, what you are doing for African music as well. I think that our Ghanaian brothers and sisters, it’s almost like they don’t know what they have. They should actually show you so much love.

Sarkodie replied: You are trying to get me speechless, basically. Because everything I want to say is what you are saying. So I have nothing to say.

He added that, it is kind of like dicey when it is coming from me. Because you have people, you have friends, they don’t want to feel a certain kinda way. But what you said, I could say that I do get my support from Ghanaians. But I know what you are trying to say. They should really hold on to moments and cherish.

This interview has resulted in many comments against the rapper including him being described as pompous.

But Hiplife artiste, Reggie Rockstone, says the comments Sarkodie made were nothing but the truth.

For him, Sarkodie is down to earth, thus, cannot be described as pompous for voicing out the facts.

Taking to social media, the Grand Papa in a 10 minutes video said: “What really bugs me out is how some of you have managed to take the narrative and turn it around and come back at Sark. You all. Yeah, that’s GH. Oh boy, you have mastered the art.

“The very thing that Nigerian man spoke about, you are actually doing it again by turning around. You know why you are defensive? It is because you are guilty. That is what it is. Before that Nigerian presenter said what he said on television, both you and I knew about Gee hate. It has been a topic apparently pending in my country. You know this, don’t fake a funk. Don’t be a hypocrite. We know that we have serious issues in Ghana concerning our hatred towards each other, even the very country.”

SOURCE: adomonline

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