Nautyca Apologizes To Sarkodie; Says His Message Was Misinterpreted

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Nautyca has apologized to Sarkodie.

Recently, Nautyca descended on established musicians in Tema for not helping the up and coming ones.

His message was not in a good taste for Sarkodie’s camp and others.

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Angel Town, the manager of Sarkodie confirmed a few days ago that he asked Nautyca to remove Sarkodie’s verses from his songs due to his disrespectful comment.

Commenting on the issue in an interview with Foster Romanus on e.TV Ghana’s Late Nite Celebrity Show that has watched, Nautyca apologized to the Sarkodie.

He revealed that he has reached out to Sarkdoie through his manager—and he is hoping for the issue to be settled.

“To me, I believe if we’ll move forward as an industry, it all depends on how we support one another. Because even in the world of football, player 2 and 7 support each other on the pitch and the team works together to make a game successful.

“So I just felt in order for the music industry to win, we need to support ourselves and I was only trying to emphasize that our senior industry players should do more than they’re already doing. This is because although some of them are supporting us, it’s not as evident as we want it to be,” he said.

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“So basically that’s all I was talking about and because I’m from Tema, I emphasized on artistes who are also based there.

“I felt it will seem like I was being ungrateful because he did the collaboration with me for free. So I understand that Sarkodie might not be happy about what he heard but everything Sarkodie heard was not what I was trying to send across,” Nautyca added.

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