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If You Call Me And I Tell You to Take Your Time, You Don’t Understand- Sarkodie Says While Apologising to Samini

Sarkodie has apologised to his industry colleague Samini in a fresh interview with ace DJ and radio presenter Andy Dosty on Hitz FM.

The seeming beef had started after a Twitter user questioned whether Samini would ever collaborate with Sarkodie again. The Dancehall legend responded in the negative by calling Sarkodie ungrateful, disrespectful, and fake.

Samini asserts that he no longer wants to work with rapper Sarkodie on a song as a result of his disrespectful countenance. Sarkodie while responding to this, insisted that utterances must have come from a “certain place” for which reason he would need more details.

Sarkodie addressed the issue when Andy Dosty hosted him on Tuesday. The iconic rapper who recently augmented his legacy by featuring on the remix version of Bob Marley’s ‘Stir It Up’ song apologised to Samini if he has ever offended him but maintained that he has not done anything wrong to warrant the attacks from his senior colleague.

“If you call me and I tell you to take your time, you don’t understand. But it’s all good, him feeling like that I don’t have any control over that, but I can only say sorry to how he feels not necessarily because I agree with everything he is saying but that’s how he feels, my mind is really not on the things he is talking about and to make some things clear, I said it in the beginning I treat things differently from how people will treat things,” Sarkodie said/

“I won’t call it pain because I don’t really care because that doesn’t mean it doesn’t happen to you, everybody has something happening to them so I get it. He has expressed, if you want to take people to court and say Sarkodie does things for me quick, you will have a thousand people who will also say it, some people will also say, I don’t do things quickly, you understand, I told Bulldog, I just recorded not because the music is not good, you could hear a song that is so good but maybe you don’t hear yourself and you are trying to find the pocket in the song and one day you do it and some songs they send to you like 2 seconds, probably, if I send you a song and you really loved it that moment, you did it.

I didn’t figure it out, I’m not talking about him, it could happen as in general so to my brother I’ll just definitely say sorry for how he feels, not endorsing the fact that everything he is saying is what I believe in and think it’s the truth but if he says he feels like that then I am sorry” he concluded.

Source – Tru News Report


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