Rapper Sarkodie has got a reply for Stonebwoy’s hype woman, Ayisha Modi moments after she stated on Peace FM that he’s a greedy person.
A few hours after, the rapper took to Instagram to give Ayisha an indirect reply. He stated in certain situations, one gotta keep calm
“Gotto keep it calm in “Satin” situations”, he simply wrote.
Speaking on Peace FM, Ayisha Modi has thrown some direct shots at rapper Sarkodie labelling him as ‘one hell of a greedy person’.
Defending her point, she said Sarkodie’s hits of all time is ‘Adonai’ on which Castro collaborated with him but after he went missing, the rapper didn’t give even a dime of monies made on that song to the singer’s family.
“He has never checked on their family to even see how they’re doing“, Ayisha stated.
“We were in London when Castro left to go and shoot Adonai music video. When he was going, I asked him why he was going under the stress just to shoot a music video because if it were to be them, they won’t do it. Adonai is for Castro and Sarkodie before he went missing, so I am asking today on this radio today, that has Sarkodie ever given Castro’s percentage of money made on the song before?”
“Ask Sarkodie that after Castro went missing, has he removed just GHS500 to go and gift Castro’s mother before? I am asking Sarkodie. This is an issue that has been on my heart for long but today I want to ask”
The presenter asked Ayisha that how would she know if Sarkodie did that secretly without her knowlegde?
In response, she said: “I am very close to the family and I can tell you with authority that he has done no such thing before. The woman said he has never visited her before. He has not even called her before. All the musicians in Ghana, none of them have visited Castro’s family before to show their love after he went missing”
“Sarkodie should have boldly than that. Even the money he made from the music video on Youtube, he has never given Castro’s percentage to his family before. Sarkodie is just too greedy”, she concluded.
Ayisha also revealed that Castro personally sponsored the Adonai music video with 2,000 Pounds and that was what they (he and Sarkodie) used to fly to South Africa before shooting the music video.
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