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“Sarkodie Is A Miming Artiste”-Blakk Rasta Furiously Says [Video]

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Highly opinionated Ghanaian media personality and reggae musician, Blakk Rasta has gone after the SarkCess Music boss, Michael Owusu Addo, well known as Sarkodie, describing him as a “miming artiste”.

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Speaking in an interview on Citi TV with Nana Tuffour and Frema Adunyame, Blakk Rasta intimated that the all-time Ghanaian best rapper mostly mimes at most of his performances and it doesn’t speak well of him as one of the best in Ghanaian music.

He expressed his disappointment in Sarkodie’s performance at the “Accra In Paris” show in France, saying his “Adonai” performance did not impress him since he mimed Castro’s part in addition to his version of the song.

He cited that the likes of Manifest learned how to perform with the live band because that is the only way the fans or the audience gets to know the musician’s true energy and talent.

Blakk Rasta advised the rapper to adapt to performing live band than miming his songs on stage because it doesn’t speak well of him as a superstar.

Watch the video below:

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In other news, a middle-aged man has bemoaned the death of his dear wife at the Manhyia District Hospital in Kumasi, Ashanti Region after all his effort to save her from her predicaments.

In a video making rounds on social media, the man claimed that he rushed his wife to the clinic and spent a lot of money on just drips to keep his wife’s cells active until a permanent solution is provided.

However, he was made to pay for a lot of things at the hospital with the hope that his wife would survive but the health professionals at the hospital refused to provide receipts for all the monies they collected from him.

He said that he was asked to buy a kit so they can use it to check his sick wife’s sugar level but he opted to buy it from a pharmacy outside the hospital.

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