Amerado has left a live radio interview for being interrogated persistently regarding amazing rapper Sarkodie
According to Amerado, questions regarding Sarkodie causes youthful artistes such as himself to feel like they are useless or not trying hard enough
Youthful Ghanaian rapper Amerado has left a live interview he was on at Kingdom FM for being examined persistently regarding incredible rapper Sarkodie.
In the video that is making waves via web-based media, the youthful rapper was visibly pissed off by the questions, and explained his explanations behind being awkward with the comparison.
According to Amerado, Sarkodie is a legend and mentioning him continually in his interviews makes it look like he, when all is said and done, is not working hard enough.
The interviewer who is prominently known as Londona indicated that there is an insight out there that Amerado has been copying the style of Africa's most embellished rapper, Sarkodie and accordingly, he needed him to sort the records out on the matter.
Notwithstanding all the exertion of Amerado to set to the side that question, insisting that it was high time youthful abilities such as himself are given the complete consideration whenever they go for interviews, Londona would not oblige to it.
In the end, the interview needed to rashly end in light of the fact that Amerado couldn't tolerate it any longer and accordingly, left.
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