A broadcast journalist and host of the show dubbed “All Due Respect” on Loud Silence Radio, Kelvin Taylor has referred to the multiple award winning musician Sarkodie as a hypocrite and says he knows next to nothing as far as politics is concerned.
The journalist’s statement is in response to Sarkodie recently asking the NDC’s National Communication Officer to withdraw and apologize for a controversial cartoon he tweeted.
Sammy Gyamfi’s tweet was juxtaposing the death of George Floyd to Electoral Commission’s decision to compile a new voter’s register but has faced a lot of public ridicule.
His tweet appeared not to have gone down well with the artiste and therefore asked the political to withdraw his comment and apologize.
But the founder of Loud Silence Media Kelvin Taylor says Sarkodie has no moral right to speak against Mr. Gyamfi’s tweet.
“Sarkodie knows nothing about politics. He only talks politics when the NDC is in power,” he said on his online show ‘With All Due Respect’. “In 2015-2016, he released about three songs, yelling like a goat. He has lost his talent and now stuck abroad.”
“This is the same Sarkodie who didn’t apologise for branding Krobo women as prostitutes. He is a hypocrite.”
He said Sarkodie is supposed to use his influence to pressure the government of Ghana to jet Ghanaians who are stuck abroad home.
He said at the moment Sarkodie should have used his influence to demand from the government to airlifts fellow Ghanaians who are high and dry outside.
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