Michael Owusu Addo popularly known as Sarkodie has finally replied Aisha Modi as he jabs her in a new single, Cold.
The song which features long time ally and singer, Joey B talks about a lot of things that is currently going on in their music industry.
It is interesting to note that in recent times, Sarkodie has come under constant criticisms from one of the peripheral members of the entertainment industry and an unofficial Public Relations Officer of the Bhim Natives family, Aisha Modi.
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In an interview on Accra based Peace FM, the controversial lady alleged that Sarkodie is greedy and uncaring since he hasn’t sent a dime or even visited the family of the disappeared singer, who is believed to have sunk at an estuary at Ada Foah.
Regardless, this allegation was debunked a when a UK promoter refuted Ayisha’s claim that Sarkodie has been doing the direct opposite of her allegations against the “Angel and Demons” crooner.
However, Sarkodie chose a perfect time to reply her. In his new single, “Cold”, Sarkodie throws jabs at Aisha Modi claiming he doesn’t have the time to be going back and forth with her since she doesn’t his attention and he is busy monitoring his cash in stocks.
“I have heard it all but I am very relaxed. I heard you were on Peace FM, sorry I didn’t listen because I was monitoring my cash in stocks” a part of the song said.
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He also added that if she thinks that he (Sarkodie) is owing her then she can proceed to court or at the Police station and not on the radio as she did by going to Peace FM.
“If indeed I owe you, let’s settle it in police barracks and court and not on the radio…if you don’t receive a reply from me after denigrating me it just means you don’t deserve my attention”.
In another twist of events, the thorn in the flesh of many male artistes in the country has also slammed The BET Best International Flow award-winning artiste in a separate post on instagram.