Rapper Sarkodie from Ghana, also known as Michael Owusu Addo, seemed to respond to Nasty C in the midst of their alleged beef.
Nasty C previously claimed that Sarkodie once declined his handshake, which prompted him to decide to put off any further collaborations with the Ghanaian rapper. He made this claim during a freestyle performance on South Africa’s Metro FM.
Nasty C, a young rapper at the time, vowed never to work with Sarkodie if he rose to prominence.
In essence, he claimed that the two rappers kept their promise because they have yet to record a song together.
Despite the fact that Sarkodie, in his opinion, approached him on two separate occasions,
As you can see, Sarkodie refused to shake my hand when I first met him. I’ll admit that I’m still a fan, but I held a grudge and told myself that I’d wait until I was the man. On social media, a video of Nasty rapping went viral.
Sarkodie, on the other hand, appears to have responded to Nasty C’s accusations after remaining silent for more than a month.
In his most recent song, “Landlord,” the Ghanaian rapper declared:
“I heard the young champ is hurt; I’m sorry.” However, whenever you meet the highest, all you need is a marker to get an autograph and get the f*ck out. I ain’t got to shake your hand so you can walk out. And so you know, it’s not me you’re fighting. It’s your own ego and a couple of things you’ve got to sort out. See, I don’t have the pride to reach out to anyone. I love that, Nigga. Your ego is so big. I never reached out, homie, but I know what you are doing. Touching the god with such astute asses is part of the plan. That sh*t is still old but still functional. “This is like Jay Z responding to Lil Durk.”