DJ Mensah Clarifies His Comments Suggesting Sarkodie Will Perform At The Opening Ceremony Of 2024 Olympics in Paris

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DJ Mensah, the official disc jockey for Ghanaian rap icon Sarkodie, has quikly come out to clarify his comments suggesting that Sarkodie is set to perform at the 2024 Olympics in Paris.

This clarification comes at the back of DJ Mensah‘s initial statements during an interview on Asaase Radio, where he outlined some of Sarkodie’s upcoming engagements.

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During the interview, DJ Mensah mentioned, “With me and Sarkodie, we have some few shows. We haven’t announced it yet but we are playing at the Olympics opening somewhere in August and also there is an event that we have to attend in the US. And I have another show Ghana Fest in Canada which is just like Ghana Party in the Park.”

This statement led many to believe that Sarkodie was scheduled to perform at the official opening ceremony of the Olympics.

However, DJ Mensah later took to social media platform X to provide further clarification, noting that there had been a misunderstanding.

He posted, “Let me clarify this before I’m misinterpreted: There ‘MIGHT’ be an event in Paris around the same time the Olympics is happening, but it’s NOT during the opening ceremony. This is to provide more clarification on what is circulating.”

The official opening ceremony of the Paris 2024 Olympics is set for July 26, 2024, with the closing ceremony scheduled for August 11, 2024.

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