Ace Ghanaian journalist, Nana Aba Anamoah has asked Blakk Rasta to explain his Chinese song as he continues to jab Sarkodie over his collaboration with Bob Marley’s management.
Blakk Rasta has recently jumped on the case of Sarkodie after the release of the remake of Bob Marley’s ‘Stir It Up’ which saw the rapper doing what he knows how to do best.
Jumping to Sarkodie’s defense, Nana Aba Anamoah explained that she believes Bob Marley’s management know what they are doing and as such chose Sarkodie become they deemed him fit for the job.
She added a video of one of Blakk Rasta’s hits adding that she will be happy if the reggae musician now turned broadcaster would invite her to his show to interpret the song for her.
“Bro, on the Marley -Sark feature, I’ve said what I have to say to you. Marley’s children & his estate managers are doing what they deem fit for his legacy. Keep catching feelings. I’d however, be happy to come on your show to discuss this song instead. Mentease3!!” she tweeted.
Bro, on the Marley -Sark feature, I’ve said what I have to say to you. Marley’s children & his estate managers are doing what they deem fit for his legacy. Keep catching feelings.
— nana aba (@thenanaaba) February 5, 2023
Blakk Rasta has argued that Sarkodie would have never had the chance to record a song with Bob Marley if he was alive today and as such sees the move by his management to put Sark on such a classic as a desecration of Bob Marley’s legacy.