“The negativity around ‘Stir It Up’ doesn’t bother me because I think people are just finding it difficult to believe” – Sarkodie speaks

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Ghanaian rap heavyweight, Sarkodie, has finally addressed the negative comments and criticisms from his critics after his feature with Bob Marley officially dropped.

After the release of the iconic project which is the highlight of Sarkodie’s entire career, some social media sites took to their timelines on the various social media platforms to mock and ridicule the landlord of Ghana music over his verse.

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Award-winning radio presenter, Blakk Rasta also used his social media pages to demarket the song.

He went traded heavy insults with Nana Aba Anamoah on Twitter over the collaboration.

During an appearance on Accra-based YFM on the Dryve of your Lyfe (#TheDryve) show with Kojo Manuel and DJ MIC Smith, Sarkodie spoke on how he feels about the whole issue.

As confidently expressed by Sarkodie, the continuous negativity around his latest joint with the reggae Legend, Bob Marley doesn’t bother him that much knowing well the height he has attained.

He said;

“The negativity around ‘Stir It Up’ doesn’t bother me because I think that’s just finding it difficult to believe. The stage I’m at in my career now comes with things like this, and I’m fine with it.”

Meanwhile, Sarkoie had revealed during a conversation on the popular +44 Podcast, that he felt he was not worthy to have his vocals on the same track as the legendary Reggae icon’s.

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