Strongman Comes out To Deny His ‘Footballers make Bad Coaches’ Tweet Was Aimed At Sark — Here’s it’s True Meaning

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Strongman has come out to rubbish claims that a tweet he made after leaving Sarkcess music was a jab at Sarkodie, claiming that it was a football tweet and nothing to do with his former boss.

Although if it wasn’t a jab at Sarkodie it’s strange he waited so long to address it when Sarkodie has been receiving a lot of flak due to the tweet and their seemingly irreparable relationship.

Strongman had tweeted after their split that “Most good footballers turn to be bad coaches. Don’t be deceived.” Ghanaians interpreted it as a dig at Sarkodie being a musician himself but apparently mismanaging Strongman’s career.

However, after days of trolling aimed at Sark, Strongman has now come out to clear everything up. Speaking on Joy Fm Thursday, he said that the tweet was actually a football tweet concerning Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and had nothing to do with Sark.

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According to him, he can never be ungrateful to Sarkodie because he did a lot for him and his career, irrespective of how things have ended up now.

“I was happy at the label. They did everything they had to for me,” Strongman said.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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