Hot Video: Strongman speaks on pounding Fufu for Sarkodie

Strongman speaks on pounding Fufu for Sarkodie
Strongman speaks on pounding Fufu for Sarkodie

Rapper Strongman, born Vincent Kwaku Osei, recently told NYDJ on YFM that record label signees are neither beggars and slaves.

He asserted forcefully, maybe from experience, that artists are not record label slaves.

Former Sarkodie signee says artists are signed for commercial ties, not as slaves and squatters.

The young rapper who worked with Sarkodie for two years said he has a lot to say about the bogus feelings he experienced at SarkCess Music, but he has opted to remain quiet out of respect for his followers.

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Nhyira Fm’s Ruthy disclosed on the ‘Entertainment Power Show’ on Saturday, April 24, 2021, that Strongman used to pound Fufu for Sarkodie’s family, which goes against the major reason Sarkodie signed him.

Sarkodie signed Strongman in 2017 to write chart-topping songs, not to pound fufu for Tracey.

Strongman finally spoke up after a year about hitting Fufu for Sarkodie at SarkCess Music.

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Strongman told DJ Reuben he didn’t pound Fufu at the Tema rapper’s home or wash his vehicle.




Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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