Sarkodie’s Bob Marley song gets a bad rap from Ayisha Modi
Sarkodie’s Bob Marley song is derided by Ayisha Modi
Ayisha Modi, a close friend of Stonebwoy, a dancehall performer, has criticised Sarkodie for his Bob Marley feature.
Ayisha has ruled that the song is a complete waste!
She claims that Sarkodie compelled himself to be on the song even though he is not fit for reggae music.
Ayisha Modi highlighted that there is no connection or vibe between Sarkodie’s line and Bob Marley’s lyrics in an interview with Kofi Adoma Nwanwanii.
She continued by saying that the single could have been handled better by Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, or Jupiter.
She also suggested that Sarkodie should think about a remix because the present verse is not appropriate for the song.
Rapper Sarkodie from Ghana has been making headlines for a while since he made history by collaborating with Bob Marley on the song Stir It Up.
Sarkodie claims that when Bob Marley’s crew asked him to contribute a verse to the song, he turned them down because he didn’t think he was “worthy.”
Sarkodie has faced trolls since the song’s debut, though. His verse is apparently not impressing folks because it is extensively disparaged!
In addition to this, Dancehall king Shatta Wale also criticized colleague Sarkodie after the latter landed what was supposed to be a historic collaboration with reggae legend Bob Marley.
Shatta Wale, in his customary condescending manner, dismissed Sarkodie’s accomplishment by asserting that Bob Marley is nothing more than a ghost.
“New version of “Stir It Up” coming FRIDAY ft. Ghanaian 🇬🇭 artist @Sarkodie!” the post read.
While Sarkodie has received accolades online from many for earning a notable feature, Gbee Naabu Shatta Wale is not feeling kind.
Reacting to the feature, Shatta lightly trolled Sarkodie and according to him, we should praise the rapper for managing to feature a ghost.