Ghanaian songstress Mzbel has hit out at Sarkodie, describing him as a big time hypocrite.
Mzbel said Sarkodie once snubbed her when she tried to get him to feature on her song, claiming it would hurt his brand.
Mzbel revealed this during an appearance on Neat Fm to speak about how Sarkodie deceived Kuami Eugene to release a political song without his consent.
Mzbel said Sark had once showed her pepper when he refused to appear on her song.
“Sarkodie has browned me before, he turned down my offer to feature him. He said the song wasn’t good for his brand,” Mzbel said.
The song was ‘Fa Be Wor’ and was a profane song.
When host Ola Michael said Sarkodie might have rejected the song due to its profanity, Mzbel said he has done profane songs before thus if that’s the reason there’s no question he’s a big time hypocrite.
Mzbel also said Kuami Eugene has no case claiming that he was deceived by Sarkodie.
“They sent him half, he recorded his verse, went to the video shoot, heard the other half but still proceeded to say ‘they call me Eugene’ in the song so he has no case,” Mzbel opined.