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Worlasi disses Sarkodie, Prince David Osei, Kalybos etc for secretly being on the NPP’s payslip reason he has refused to join the #fixthecountry crusade

Sarkodie has been super-hot ever since the emergence of the #fixthecountry crusade affixed itself to the No.1 spot on the local trends table. Many socail media users have called him out for being a hypocrite by refusing to use the same energy he used to criticize John Mahama on Nana Addo.

Recall that prior to the last general elections – Sarkodie commended Nana Addo for his free SHS initiative and the stable power he has given Ghanaians in his ‘Happy Day’ song which featured Kuami Eugene.

Ghanaians bashed him for openly endorsing Nana Addo after allegedly receiving money from some bigwigs in the NPP although the state of affairs in the nation was in shambles.

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However, reacting to the #fixthecountry on Twitter, Worlasi firmly stated that most of the celebrities in the country can’t join the movement in fighting against the government because they took money from them during their last campaign hence they cant openly criticize their paymaster.

We all know that Prince David Osei, Kalybos, Agya Koo, Nicholas Omane Acheampong, General Ntatia we all part of the NPP’s 2020 campaign team so this shade is obviously directed to them.

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He wrote;

You can’t do any song about fixing the country cos you took money and made a song for them to fuvk up the country. . Hope we don’t fall for this too

For those that like drama .. it’s not about shots .. I’m worried for my future cos I might do the same too someday …. . They hoard money and leave droplets so we always hungry when they call us. . We have power but we can’t exercise them. COS THEY MAKE THE COUNTRY HARD !

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Source: Gossips24.com

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