Sarkodie has unabashedly asserted that he is the king of African rap. As he responds to a fan who expressed ‘disappointment’ in him over what he heard about him,
Sarkodie I am very disappointed with what I heard about you. I’m not sure if I will ever listen to your music anymore everybody is talking about you and I'm not happy please it can spoil your reputation just be honest and tell the truth. Is it true you the king of African Rap?
— 𝓑𝓘𝓖 30 🙇🏽♂️⭐️ (@coby_reagan) March 21, 2022
The sarcastic fan reacted to Sarkodie’s tweet, claiming that he was disappointed in him because of what he heard about him, fearing that it would damage his reputation, and then jokingly added, “Is it true he’s the king of African rap?”
Sarkodie didn’t hesitate in responding and firmly responded yes, as well as apologizing to the man and anyone else who would take it the wrong way, stating he’s sorry for being the king of African rap.
Sarkodie has been dubbed the “GOAT” of Ghanaian and African rap, therefore declaring him the “King of African Rap” is merely stating the obvious or what many others have been saying for years.
Given Sarkodie’s beginnings and constancy in the rap game throughout the years, it’s understandable if he crowns himself as the rap king because he has done exceptionally well and made a significant impact on the entertainment business.
Yes please and I’m sorry 🙏🏿 https://t.co/7RfHP2JaLN
— Sarkodie (@sarkodie) March 21, 2022