It’s The Pose For Me – Ghanaians React As Vintage Photo of Sarkodie and Delay Hits Social Media

Throwback photos and videos are wonderful moments to recall how the journey to one’s success began.

Aside its humbling effects, it also serves as one of the biggest trolling tools on social media for most celebrities.

We have spotted a vintage photo of multiple award-winning Ghanaian rapper Michael Owusu Addo, famed Sarkodie, online and would love to share it with you.

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The buzz around this particular throwback photo has grown deafening ever since the image popped up online and netizens cannot keep mute.

This image was taken years ago, before Sarkodie became a household name and engraved his name in the hearts of many.

From the way Sarkodie had dressed and posed for the shot, no girl, I repeat, no girl would have had a crush on him if he was looking that way in recent times.

The prolific rapper was spotted in cheap clothes and shades as he posed with his counterpart media personality Deloris Frimpong Manso aka Delay.

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Delay was also in her prime but from the look on Sarkodie’s face, you could tell he was elated to have met her because she was already in the media.

It is believed that Sarkodie had rounded up a series of media tour as an upcoming artiste on Delay’s radio show and was seen in a friendly pose with her.

This goes a long way to confirm that with hard work and determination, anyone can become a global icon in the field they chose to work in.

Sarkodie was not born with a silver spoon and his throwback photos certifies that he did not have an easy beginning, likewise Delay, but they both have etched their names as one of the best in the entertainment industry.

Check out the photo below.

SOURCE: GhanaCelebrities.Com

This post was published on January 21, 2022 12:32 PM

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