The Ghana's best rapper and infact Africa's best rapper by name Micheal Owusu Addo popularly known as Sarkodie as his stage name is currently the talk after video of natives cheering him up upon seeing him pops out on social media.
The video identifies lot natives crowded around Sarkodie's car (An Open Top) cheering him up as they do for any celebrities they chance upon. The native at the scene included people who are on the run to sell and others who are just passing by.
This was said to have happened on Sarkodie's return from his engagement in the clean up exercise at Laboma Beach. Sarkodie on his way cought up in a huge traffic which attracted the attention of the natives present at the place at that moment.
The love was really deep such that, they couldn't hide their excitement but duped in, in a huge number to cheer him up.
Sarkodie kept silent and never showed any little sign of being happy. He for a while saw their cheer up disturbing so had to cover his open top and further his journey.
Critical examination of the video showed clearly that, sarkodie was unhappy and saw them as disturbing.
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