Your English No Good That Be Why He Dawg You And Featured M.anifest – Fans Troll Sarkodie After Omar Sterling Left Him Off His New Album

Talented rapper Omar Sterling aka Paedae has released the track list of his yet-to-be released album, but a popular name is missing on the list.

Fans are confused as to why Omar Sterling snubbed his TEMA counterpart, Sarkodie but decided to feature rapper M.anifest instead.


Many opinions have been given on the subject, and Twitter is buzzing with diverse views as to why Paedae dawged a big Hip Hop artiste like Sarkodie on an album which many believe will redefine Hip-Hop and rap music in Ghana.

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With no reply coming from the camp of R2Beez, twitter Trolls have coined up a reason to back Padae’s decision.

Omar Sterling
Omar Sterling

Many fans of the rapper believe Paedae decided not to feature the BET award-winning rapper on his album because his command of the English language in his rap is below par.

They argued that M.anifest has more deep English vocabularies as compared to Sarkodie and the two are a perfect match In terms of lyrical dexterity as compared to king Sark.

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The trolls established that Sarkodie is likely to speak twi in his rap, which will mar the reputation of Omar Sterling.

Fans of Sarkodie hit back with a counterargument that Omar Sterling could not afford the services of their favourite rapper because he is way bigger.

They raised points that having a global brand like Sarkodie on your album propels it to a larger audience, and his absence on the “SameEarthDifferentWolrds” album will be a disservice to fans accross the globe.

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Sarkodie has worked and produced hit songs Like Bayla Trap with R2Bees, so his fans are wondering why trolls will have such thoughts.

The 20 track Hip Hop album dubbed “Same Earth, Different Worlds” features Ghanaian artists like Efya, Kwesi Arthur, M.anifest and other International.

Check out the full list and read some twitter comments below.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebritie.Com