Boycott the works of Blakk Rasta to teach him a lesson – Ruthy advises SarkNation, loyal Ghanaians  

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Ghanaian reggae-dancehall singer and broadcaster, Blakk Rasta has blamed the late Bob Marley’s family for putting on a rapper like Sarkodie on the “Stir It Up” remake.

The popular Radio host claims Sarkodie’s feature on the song is a dishonour to the late musician’s legacy.

According to Blakk Rasta, the late Bob Marley’s music was based on spirituality, and Sarkodie’s music is from a different world.

Blakk Rasta, however, blames the family of Bob Marley for disrespecting the legacy of the great spiritual king adding that Bob Marley did not feature any artist because he wanted to preserve and promote culture.

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‘‘If Bob Marley was alive, do you think that he will be featuring Sarkodie. They are in two different worlds, I do not blame Sarkodie, Sarkodie is not the one I am talking to, I am talking to the disgraceful Bob Marley family, disgracefully highland records of a great spiritual king. It is mist non-sensical and I’m hurt’’, he added.

Following the rants from the camp of Blakk Rasta and Sarkodie, Ruthy of Nhyira FM fame has admonished SarkNation and loyal Ghanaians to boycott the works of Blakk Rasta to teach him a lesson that hating on a colleague is not a good thing.

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According to Ruthy, what Blakk Rasta is doing to Sarkodie is pure hatred and has no bearing on sharing opinions or whatsoever.



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