Sarkodie cursed me – Quesi Ghana laments

Quesi Ghana born Ebenezer Quesi Tandoh on April 11, 1987 in Takoradi is a Ghanaian Singer, Songwriter, and Performer.

His musical career started mainly in Takoradi, and he is one of the main artists who championed the Westside Legacy Movement.

He was mostly based in new Takoradi; a community in Takoradi where his music career took off after SHS.

Quesi Ghana has done a lot of tracks with mainstream musicians in Ghana including Africa’s Rap God, Sarkodie. The title of the song he has with Sarkodie is ‘Don’t go’.

He said Sarkodie cursed him after he went to him for them to shoot the music video for the ‘Don’t go’ song. He made such revelation about Sarkodie when he was interviewed on Takoradi-based Connect FM. 

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“I followed Sarkodie countless times for him to help me with the music video but he didn’t show up. I nearly had a car accident because of that.”

“He wasn’t responding to my calls so I told someone closer to him to speak on my behalf. He later called me to warn me to stop saying false things about him” he told the presenter on Connect fm.

When asked about his relationship with Sarkodie now, he said “we have not met again since then, and I don’t call him too”

The video was shared by connect fm on their YouTube channel.

Watch the video below;

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