Ace Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, better known as Sarkodie has responded to claims by fellow musician Samini after the latter alleged that Sarkodie had aired him.
Social media was lit on fire this week after Samini revealed that Sarkodie had constantly ignored his messages after he called on him to work on a project.
Responding to the allegations, the “Landlord” crooner explained that he was sorry however, no because Samini was telling the truth.
“I am sorry not because everything you are saying is true. I treat things differently from how people will treat things. I wouldn’t call it pain because I don’t care.”
He hinted that even though he had accepted to work with Samini, he couldn’t see himself on the record after listening to the song. He reiterated that he was sorry if Samini’s feelings were hurt as a result of his actions.
“I told Bullgod, sometimes you listen to a song and you don’t hear yourself in it so you’re trying so hard to find time to do it. I’m saying sorry for how he feels. If he says he feels like that, then sorry.”
Sarkodie has been in the airwaves since his remake of Bob Marley’s ‘Stir It Up’ was released.