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Samini Passes Verdict On Sarkodie’s Verse On Bob Marley’s Stir It Up Remix

Despite their seeming beef, Samini has come up with some compliments for Sarkodie over his verse spewed on Bob Marley’s Stir It Up remix.

During a recent Question and Answer on Twitter, fans inundated the Dancehall legend with questions and he answered the most significant ones. During the session, one tweep asked him to share his opinion about the song which has become topical on social media.

Responding, Samini said Sarkodie did his best contrary to the low opinion being expressed by Ghanaians over the feature. He was however quick to add that he prefers the original version to this one. He stated;

“It’s a nice jam…I’m not too amazed tho cus it’s a song I love from time. I think he did his thing on the rap still. I mean it’s sark. You’d expect him to kill his verses at least. In my opinion, he did. I still love the original track though. Nothing beats that,” Samini posted;

Tru News Report has previously mentioned 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.

Source – Tru News Report


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