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Kelvin Taylor’s On Fire! – Exposes How Much NPP Paid Sarkodie After Unmasking Gay Sam George



Kelvin Taylor has hammered rapper Michael Owusu Addo aka Sarkodie over his loud silence and refusal to talk about the ‘ill governance of the Akufo Addo-led government.

The controversial US-based radio personality dragged Sarkodie’s brand in the mud, making scarring allegations against the award-winning rapper.

According to Kelvin Taylor, Sarkodie has refused to utter a word against the Akufo Addo-led government because he feeds from their pocket.

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Taylor, in one of his contentious radio programs, alleged that Sarkodie is deeply affiliated with the political party and cannot even raise a finger against them lest he risks losing his daily bread.

He alleged that he has evidence to prove Sarkodie has been to the Jubilee House several times for cash after campaigning for the party during the 2020 General election.

Rumor has it that Sarkodie received a huge brown envelope filled with an undisclosed amount of money from NPP leaders to campaign for them during the 2020 election.

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He did his bid and the results were revealed after he released his song “Happy Day” featuring Kuami Eugene, the rumor added.

Many opposition leaders fueled the above allegations but could not provide a single evidence to back their claims.

Sarkodie never came out to deny or confirm the allegation made against him by some industry players.

He just left social media users and even Kuami Eugene with many unanswered questions with regards to his connection with the New Patriotic Party(NPP).

Kelvin Taylor has rekindled the dying flames on this topic with all the written allegations.

Listen to him speak below

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com



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