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Shatta Wale Filled A Stadium, You Couldn’t Fill Kaukudi School Park — Kevin Taylor Tears Into Sarkodie

Acclaimed Ghanaian musician Sarkodie has come under fire from controversial American-based Ghanaian Journalist Kevin Taylor for dragging him in his recently released diss song, “Landlord.”

Sarkodie dropped ‘Landlord’ which was uploaded on the internet on December 31, 2022. The song has been interpreted as a diss song aimed at Nasty C, a South African musician, as well as at those who were trying to get the rapper to produce a song critical of President Akufo-Addo and his NPP administration for their poor economic management.

Those who have listened to the lyrics of the song where Sarkodie reacted to attacks on him for saying ‘Nana Toaso’ in his ‘Happy Day ‘ hit song has linked the jab to a controversial America-based Ghanaian journalist.

Reacting to the song in a post on his Twitter page, Kevin Taylor unreservedly slammed Sarkodie. The Loud Silence Media owner accentuated candidly that the Sarkcess Music boss doesn’t deserve a reply from him because as a musician, he has not been able to fill up a common ‘Kakudi La Primary School park.’

In a post he shared on Twitter, he said before Sarkodie can get his attention, he has to fill that famous school park situated at Maamobi before he can grant him an audience. This is what he posted;

‘If @Shattawalegh disses me I will even promote it because he has been able to fill a whole  Stadium without promo. Now, why should I respond to you (M333) who can not fill Kaukudi La Primary School Park. I beg to try and fill kaukudi first to get my attention”. He opined.

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Tru News Report

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