Reggae and dancehall artiste, Samini has found himself at the mercy of Sark Nation for trying to seek attention for his ‘son.’
It would be recalled that Samini released his song ‘celebrations’ which featured Shatta Wale on the same day their colleague Sarkodie dropped his ‘Black Love’ album.
Apparently, the move did not go down well with Sarkodie’s fan army and have been waiting for a perfect time to hit back at the rain god as they found it as sabotage — a deliberate attempt to drown the new album.
After releasing his new song titled “Gone,” Deon Boakye realised a missing ingredient [not Irish cream please].
Deon who recently got a nudge from Samini felt he could usurp his ‘father’s’ influence to get the top dogs to jump on his new joint.
— L E G E N D ???????? (@DeonBoakye) March 10, 2020
So he called onto his ‘father’ to talk to Sarkodie on his behalf to listen to the song– for a possible collabo.
Samini honoured Deon’s request and called on Sarkodie.
Obidi over to you oo. My son needs your blessing on this one chale … I taya seff … I swerve am saaaa but e carry come Twitter chale. #sarknation pls tell bossu make e bless @DeonBoakye for me wai. Boys abr3 lol. https://t.co/tlaJ5JJ935
— SAMINI (@samini_dagaati) March 10, 2020
Some Sark fans decided this was the perfect time to attack the legend.
Ah! Aint u a mainstream musician?
From Kumasi Sarkodie to Samini
Boys no be Family at all????????????
— Larbi SarkCess????????➕???????? (@Larbi_SarkCess) March 11, 2020
So Samini started blocking some Sark Natives
Bro shun the lie why couldn’t it be released a day before the release of blacklove or after the release of blacklove but you decided to drop it on the same day why? @samini_dagaati no offence tho but can I know why?
— Layerz Sarkcess✊???? (@LamarQwame) March 11, 2020
… but it didn’t stop them
But in the end, Sarkodie agreed to jump on the song.
Thank you lord ????????.. https://t.co/lsNHJyEJuO
— L E G E N D ???????? (@DeonBoakye) March 11, 2020
Does Sark Nation have a point? Was it Samini’s intention to sabotage Sarkodie’s album?