Sarkodie Denied That The ‘Happy Day’ Wasn’t A Campaign Song For Nana Addo

Ghanaian singer, Kuami Eugene has given details to the developments with regards to Sarkodie’s song ‘Happy Day’ which he was recruited on it.

He explained that the rapper denied that the track was a campaign song for the ruling New Patriotic Party NPP when his management confronted him.

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According to Lynx Entertainment signee, he noted that Sarkodie expressed how he felt when his management called him though the move could have affected his career.

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He made this known during an interview on Accra based Hitz FM with Dr. Pounds.

Eugene emphasized that he was expecting the public reaction and even alerted his management right after the video shot after hearing Sarkodie’s line.

Sarkodie’s line was about showing appreciation to Nana Akufo Addo which many claims it’s an endorsement for the president.

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However, Kuami Eugene stated he would definitely fight for his share of the cash if it proves true that Sarkodie took an amount to make the composition for the NPP.

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