We reported today that Sarkodie might have endorsed President Akufo-Addo ahead of the election with his new song “Happy Day” featuring Kuami Eugene.
In the second verse, Sarkodie raps about his comments on inflation and dumsor and says that if he has constant electricity supply and his children with benefit from free education “then Nana should continue.”
It appeared to be has an endorsement of President Akufo-Addo who is seeking reelection.
Even the President saw it as an endorsement.
At 1:35 pm today, the President quote tweeted Sarkodie commending Sarkodie for composing a “nice song” and emphasized the saying “The battle is still the Lord’s” which Sarkodie also mentioned in the song.
However, the post was deleted immediately, and Twitter could not load the tweet.
Sarkodie had quote tweeted the President downplaying his seeming endorsement of the President Akufo-Addo.
He told the President not to take advantage of the song and that when he mentioned government in the song, he was referring to all the parties.
“Shouts to yourself and JM (John Mahama) but if I feel like pointing out the negatives too you know how we do,” Sarkodie tweeted.
Six minutes after the earlier post went up, another one went up at 1:41 pm and this time actually mentioning Sarkodie and Kuami Eugene’s handles.
One can argue that the President deleted the tweet to send another one that mentioned the two musicians.
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