Sarkodie Slams Nana Addo For Reacting To His ‘Happy Day’ Song Thinking It Was A Campaign Song For Him

President Nana Addo reacted to Sarkodie and Kuami Eugene’s ‘Happy Day’ song after he thought it was an endorsement song for him, Sarkodie has jabs him.

After rapper Sarkodie released his controversial song with Kuami Eugene, dubbed ‘Happy Day’ many had intentions that he was supporting or campaigning for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) headed by Nana Addo, however, he has revealed it is not an endorsement song for Nana Addo, NPP.

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This is because a few lines from Sarkodie in the song was what made people to pass it as a campaign song.

The rapper sang in Twi saying:

“When there was dumsor and inflation, I talked about it. But if today the problem of Dumsor has been solved and my children go to school for free, then I have nothing to say but to ask Nana to continue ruling”.

President Akufo-Addo full of excitements quickly took to his Twitter page to react however, Sarkodie’s reply to him had him to forcefully delete his reaction because the NDC could even use that to laugh at him.

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In a tweet, Nana Addo called the tune a ‘nice song’.

“Nice song  @sarkodie and  @KuamiEugene. Indeed, the battle is still the Lord’s. #4MoreForNana”

After rapper Sarkodie released his controversial song with Kuami Eugene, dubbed 'Happy Day' many had intentions that he was supporting or campaigning for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) headed by Nana Addo, however, he has revealed it is not an endorsement song for Nana Addo, NPP.

Sarkodie trying every means to stay clean and not to get his name stained in any form of political parties also hurriedly replied to Nana Addo tweets.

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In his reply, he said Nana Addo shouldn’t use his praises in the song as an excuse to do anything bad.

He went ahead to send a shout outs to NDC presidential candidate, John Mahama. Saying that if he feels like pointing out the negatives, every body knows how he hits hard as well.

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Sarkodie explained that saying the Government making things better now in his song wasn’t in reference to only Nana Addo, but he was referring to all parties.

By this the rapper is suggesting that the song isn’t an endorsement song for Nana Addo as many people are suggesting.

“Nana M3nfa bronya ho nre akoko oo lool !! when I say aban ( all parties ) Shouts to yourself x JM but if i feel like pointing out the negatives too you know how we do“,

Sarkodie wrote

Immediately President Nana Addo praised Sarkodie and Kuamie Eugene song, King Sark gave him a punchline which led his tweet to be deleted immediately.

Read Also: John Mahama Reacts To Sarkodie And Samini Endorsing Nana Akufo-Addo & The NPP | Video

See screenshot of Nana Addo’s deleted post below:

After rapper Sarkodie released his controversial song with Kuami Eugene, dubbed 'Happy Day' many had intentions that he was supporting or campaigning for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) headed by Nana Addo, however, he has revealed it is not an endorsement song for Nana Addo, NPP.

post by: Dwomoh Dennis for thedistin.com.
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