Sarkodie would have been more popular if he had declined Bob Marley’s ‘Stir It Up’ remake request – Blakk Rasta

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Controversial Ghanaian media personality Blakk Rasta ignited a heated debate following his recent remarks about Sarkodie’s remake of Bob Marley’s ‘Stir It Up’ song.

Sarkodie’s version, released on January 20, 2023, garnered praise from fans, despite the rapper’s admission of feeling unworthy to share vocals with the legendary Reggae icon.

However, Blakk Rasta believes Sarkodie should have declined the opportunity, citing the song’s personal significance to Bob Marley and his wife, Rita Marley. Rasta argues that Sarkodie’s refusal could have led to even greater publicity and popularity.

“Imagine Sarkodie had said no to this collaboration and it had come out that Sarkodie was supposed to be in a Bob Marley Song and Sarkodie said no he is not worthy of even lacing the shoes of this man like John The Baptist said about Jesus, his name would have been all over the place” he told Andy Dosty on the Day Break Hitz show.

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