Sarkodie is not known for unleashing his fury publicly when he’s offended, we all know that job belongs to his colleague Shatta Wale who always does it in style.
But this time around, Sarkodie went on the offensive in a recent interview hinged on the constant trolling he is sometimes subjected to by music fans who complain that despite his supremacy locally, he and most mainstream artists like Shatta Wale do not make waves internationally as compared to their Nigerian counterparts.
The boss of the Sark Natives has observed that some radio personalities have also joined the bandwagon by slamming them for being local champions and not spreading their tentacles.
Responding, Sarkodie emphasized that local radio presenters have no moral right to criticize artists over the foregoing when they equally have their fame grounded within the confines of Ghana only.
“It is easy for someone to sit on the radio and say that Shatta Wale or Sarkodie didn’t do this or that. I know that we the artists have things we should do because every time there is a step but if you are on a Ghanaian radio for close to 20 years and you’ve not moved to a platform like Choice or BBC, I don’t think you have the moral right to talk about Ghanaian artistes who have not moved,” said Sarkodie recently in a video.