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Sarkodie Reveals How He Met Beyoncé, Says Ghanaians Will Have A Hard Time Believing Him

Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie, says he was blown away when American whiz, Beyoncé, moved toward him at the BET Awards in October 2019 at Cobb Energy Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

As the main beneficiary of the 'Best International Flow' at the BET, Sarkodie demonstrated in a meeting in South Africa that he never shared the account of his most memorable experience with Beyoncé because he will be questioned.

Sarkodie imparts their first experience to Beyoncé and says Ghanaians will have a hard time believing him

"There was an entertaining story that occurred, till date, I haven't dared to share it yet Ice Prince came to Ghana and shared it. At the point when I come to Ghana and offer this story, it is impossible that they going to trust me.

"I was sitting at the BET on the path and we have Beyoncé and her group coming and she saw me and stood directly before where I was sitting and she bowed her head. I was thinking it wasn't me thus I was looking behind me.

Then Ice Prince said that was you and she just shook her head and just strolled off. Thus, when I saw her do this new undertaking with a ton of African artistes, I resembled these folks somewhat realize what is occurring," he said.

The various honor-winning rappers offered these remarks on 'Web recording and Chill with MACG.'

He brought up that being sorted out by the American vocalist, made a big difference to him.

"I would rather not reason that Beyoncé knew me however it isn't even close to that. The more I get into the business, they know all that is occurring. They don't be guaranteed to talk on it and they don't tell you they see what's going on."

Beyoncé highlighted various African artistes including Ghana's Shatta Wale and Nigeria's Wizkid and Yemi Alade in her 'Dark is King' project back in 2020.

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