Sarkodie Ignores Kwaku Smoke For Playing ‘Messiah’ With A Diss To Shatta Wale, Asem & Ball J? (+Video)

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If you decided to poke your nose into issues when you are not invited to have a seat at the table, you usually get ignored.

Well, it seems that is what is currently happening to fast-rising rapper, Kwaku Smoke, who decided to turn himself into a messiah and ‘save’ arguably Africa’s most decorated rapper, Sarkodie from his current beef with Asem, Ball J and Shatta Wale.

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Even though it has been barely 24 hours after Kwaku Smoke took Shatta Wale and the others to the cleaners with his very hot diss song titled “King Dave”, one expected that at least Sarkodie would have shown some love to him with maybe a simple retweet if he really cared about his decision to be ‘bossy’.

READ ALSO: Kwasi Aboagye Boldly Declares Winner Of The Shatta Wale-Sarkodie Beef With Good Reasons – Watch Video

Anyway, Sarkodie might have ‘ignored’ him or probably he will comment on the whole song, later on, one can not overlook the mileage it has given the “Yedin” hitmaker.

If not for anything, the song has seen over 19K views on Youtube in less than 24 hours, which is beside the number of people who have probably downloaded it for free.

READ ALSO: Kwaku Smoke Jumps To The Defence Of Sarkodie With A Hot Diss Song For Shatta Wale, Asem And Ball J – Listen

Again, he has been in the top three trends on the Ghanaian Twitter space after he released the diss song, which is great for a musician with his ‘small clout’.

If you have not heard the song yet, you can still check it out below

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