VIDEO: It’s witchcraft, we should all boycott Black Rasta’s songs to teach him a lesson for disrespecting Sarkodie – Ruthy urges Ghanaians

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Highly opinionated Ghanaian entertainment critic and radio presenter, Ruthy, has pleaded with Ghanaians to boycott Blakk Rasta‘s music to teach him a lesson for disrespecting Sarkodie.

This plea from Ruthy follows Balkk Rasta’s consistent attacks on Sarkodie for the past 1 week now over his future on Bob Marley’s ‘Stir It Up Song’.

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According to Blakk Rasta, Bob Marley’s family, and management have used Sarkodie to desecrate the legacy of the great spiritual king adding that Bob Marley did not feature any artist because he wanted to preserve and promote culture.

In one of his fiery tweets, he vented that;

‘‘If Bob Marley was alive, do you think that he will be featuring Sarkodie. They are in two different worlds, I do not blame Sarkodie, Sarkodie is not the one I am talking to, I am talking to the disgraceful Bob Marley family, disgracefully highland records of a great spiritual king. It is mist non-sensical and I’m hurt’’

Following these unconventional remarks from Blakk Rasta, a lot of Ghanaian celebrities incusing Nana Aba Anamoah, Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, Sonnie Badu, DKB, and several others have all admonished him over his jealousy.

Ruthy has also joined the bandwagon and it seems her opinion is more brutal than all that the aforementioned people have shared so far.

According to Ruthy, what Blakk Rasta is doing to Sarkodie is pure hatred and has no bearing on sharing opinions.

Speaking in a self-made video, she urged and begged all Ghanaians to boycott all his songs and everything relating to him to make him irrelevant in the music industry.

Watch the video below to know more…

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