Budding Ghanaian musician Kwame Yogot has sparked a new conversation online as he compares himself to African rap icon Sarkodie.
According to the comic rapper, although Sarkodie is Bigger than Jay Z in Ghana, Sarkodie cannot match his fanbase when it comes to the Central Central region.
Passing these comments, the biibi besi hitmaker shared a post on Facebook and captioned,
" Sarkodie is bigger than jay Z in Ghana and I am also bigger than Sarkodie in Central region "
these were some of the comments;
"I am bigger than you when you come Kedzi "
" When will Ghanaian understand something? oh no,he started something like,Sarkodie is bigger than Jay Z "in Ghana" and he is bigger than Sark "central region".try to understand that he was just cracking some joke because we know him as rap comedian, so with time he would have to make his fans laugh to know that he is there.pls try to get him becuz this is not a news #rapcommedian "
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