Sarkodie Speaks In Tongues After Tasting Nigeria Jollof Prepared By Almighty Don Jazzy
Now don’t say we are being mischievous with our headline, Sarkodie literally started speaking incongruently shortly after he tasted Nigeria Jollof prepared by famed music executive, songwriter, and musician Don Jazzy.
The Ghanaian superstar is in Nigeria to promote his latest studio album ‘No Pressure’ and the reception he has received in Africa’s most populous country has been nothing short of overwhelming.
Don Jazzy probably wanted to leave a lasting impression on the mind of Sarkodie so he prepared a special Nigeria for him, hours after he said on Lagos-based the Beat FM that Ghana Jollof is the best in the world.
“Worldwide, no Jollof tastes better than Ghana Jollof. Have you been to Ghana? Tried their Jollof? This should even be argued out. We are the best and you know it?” Sarkodie said boldly during an interview on the Beat FM.
According to Wikipedia, Jollof, or jollof rice, is a rice dish from West Africa. The dish is typically made with long-grain rice, tomatoes, onions, spices, vegetables and meat in a single pot, although its ingredients and preparation methods vary across different regions.
Wikipedia further adds that Ghanaian jollof rice is made of vegetable oil, onion, bell pepper, cloves of pressed garlic, chillies, tomato paste, beef or goat meat or chicken (some times alternated with mixed vegetables), local or refined rice and black pepper.
The method of cooking Jollof begins with first preparing the beef or chicken by seasoning and frying it until it is well-cooked.
Well, after tasing Don Jazzy’s food, Sarkodie tweeted;
“Because @DONJAZZY knew I was pulling up he made his jollof close to Ghana jollof so YES I ENJOYED IT !!!!”
See reactions to his post;
@seekani1 – Pls package me some when coming to Ghana …I want to see the difference between theirs and ours
@viewsdey – Highest Wate See how they’re taking care of you Abowaaa
@jeffferou – Boosu this one dier eno reach you ahh, ay3 s33 KG2 akuraa bi ajwane
@yawbashel – Ahh Don you no know say Obedi odidi wahu, this 2 ladle rice how ego fi enter ein body