Sarkodie Never Showed Up For Video Of My Song Nor Retweet It After Paying Him Ghc3,000 – Young Rapper Reveals


Sarkodie Never Showed Up For Video Of My Song Nor Retweet It After Paying Him Ghc3,000
Sarkodie & Willy Way

On the high heels of the ‘under-grave’ rapper, Kweku Smoke accusing Shatta Wale of song theft and all that’s involved—the alleged beatings, breaking of the windscreen of their Mercedes Benz and others, Sarkodie’s name has also popped up in a related mess.

I do not blog on Saturdays but for this, I decided to jump from my lazy bed and share my opinion on it.

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As I was checking Kweku Smoke’s alleged assault video on Twitter, I was fortunate enough to jump on a reply by one ‘under-grave’ rapper, yeah, that’s how I call them, by name Willy Way—and he says Sarkodie played him big time in 2016.

Willy Way says that after squeezing the coins out of him and paying Ghc3,000 to Sarkodie for a feature, he never showed up for the music video nor simply retweet the song when it was trending number 1 on Twitter—and that’s absolute meanness if you ask me.

To the surprise of Willy Way, Sarkodie gracefully jumped on the remix of the same song titled “CONFIRM” which Medikal stole from him and spit some bars and verses on it—and that broke his heart as an ‘under-grave’ rapper.

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Willy Way says he spoke about it but Sarkodie’s fans came hard at him and insulted the 3 pennies left out of him.

Willy Way is still heartbroken but what can he do since Sarkodie is even bigger than his entire generation?

‘Under-grave’ rappers are really suffering in the music industry, maybe there should be an industry court where ‘under-grave’ rappers such as Kweku Smoke, Willy and others can sue the likes of Shatta Wale and Sarkodie for playing them hard.

Check out the tweets.