I have listed 3 bloggers I will sue for putting out my ‘Black Love’ album for free download – Sarkodie

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Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie has threatened legal action against three Ghanaian blogs who put out his ‘Black Love’ album on their website for free download.

Sarkodie released his much-anticipated album, Black Love on December 20 and moments after it was put out, some blogs uploaded it on their website for free.

An irritated Sarkodie in an interview on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz with Andy Dosty revealed that he was really hurt when he was notified of some blogs who have put out his work for free download.

According to Sarkodie he and his team have listed the three blogs who did that and have laid out plans to sue them for unauthorised upload of content.

Listen to him below:

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