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September 24, 2023

Sarkodie allowed himself to be used to desecrate Bob Marley’s legacy – Blakk Rasta (Video)

Abubakar Ahmed, a Ghanaian reggae artiste and radio presenter known as Blakk Rasta, has commented on Sarkodie’s ‘Stir it up’ remix with the late Bob Marley.

Sarkodie’s verse on the hit song, according to the straight-from-the-shoulder artiste, was one-sided and unimpressive.

According to Blakk Rasta, Sarkodie let himself be shamefully used to desecrate the legendary Bob Marley’s legacy.


“What Sarkodie did was a desecration of Bob Marley’s legacy. It’s a disgrace. What Sarkodie did was desecrate Bob Marley’s sacred music. It’s as if a king has been buried, and you go dig him up and steal the gold and diamonds he was buried with. Urinate directly into the grave and walk away laughing like a lunatic on heat.

Sarkodie allowed himself to be used to desecrate Bob Marley’s legacy. What is unique about what he did, the one-way rap that has been playing for years? “What Sarkodie does is one-way rap,” raged Blakk Rasta.

Watch the video below;


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