Video: “Sarkodie should put Dr Duncan on a monthly payroll of 1,700ghc to show his appreciation” – Ruthy advises Sarkodie

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Dr. Duncan, the former host of Kasahare show on Adom, is on record to have discovered and invested in Sarkodie’s career from the scratch.

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But after Sarkodie became famous, the Tema-based rapper has reportedly cut ties with Dr. Duncan as Duncan born to Isaac Duncan Williams is no longer seen in the company of Sarkodie.

Although, Dr. Duncan not long ago in an interview with Happy FM made it emphatic that he’s not at loggerheads with Ghana’s finest rapper Sarkodie.

“We are still on. He is my firstborn and it’s certainly a ride or die affair between me and him. Ghanaians should keep their fingers crossed and watch out for more stuff from Sarkodie and I.” Dr. Duncan disclosed.

Reacting to the buzz, Ruthy in the studios of Nhyira Fm’s “Entertainment Power” show admonished rapper Sarkodie to do the needful by showing appreciation to Dr. Duncan – monetary wise.

In the voice of Ruthy, Sarkodie should put Dr. Duncan on a monthly payroll and give him like 1,700ghc to show his appreciation as Dr. Duncan put the spotlight on him when he was nobody.

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