“You Should Be Doing Private Jet By Now” – Sleeky Cries For Sarkodie Following His Unfortunate Encounter With Delta Airlines

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Ghanaian music promoter Sadick Assah, popularly known as Sleeky, has voiced his concerns and frustrations in response to a recent incident involving the renowned Ghanaian musician Sarkodie.

In a Facebook post, Sleeky expressed his empathy for Sarkodie and called for the music industry to rally behind its giants while also highlighting the need for improved travel standards.

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Sarkodie, in the early hours of Sunday, September 10, 2023, took to his Facebook wall to speak about his nightmare while flying with Delta Air Lines. He missed a crucial event in Detroit due to an emergency landing the airline had to make on an island in Portugal. In his Facebook post, Sarkodie candidly shared the unfortunate series of events that unfolded during his journey.

While reacting to the above post made by Sarkodie, Sleeky couldn’t help but express his disappointment.

In a Facebook post, he suggested that the likes of Sarkodie, who are A-list artists in Ghana, should be traveling in their private jets for events outside the shores of Ghana like their colleagues in Nigeria do.

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He added that an artist of Sarkodie‘s caliber deserved a more seamless and luxurious travel experience.

The CEO of Sleeky Promotions also made the point that artists in the Ghanaian music space need to be supported to make the industry one of the most attractive ones in the entire world.

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