Sarkodie tried being ‘bad and bougie’ on Twitter but it didn’t end well for him as people showed him his level.
King Sarkodie arrogantly tried to tell Ghanaian youth, in this hot economy, to stop buying replica Jordans, roughly costing around Ghc 300, to spend $1,000 on the originals.
When he was called out for being out of touch, Sark offered an alternative that wasn’t any better, costing around 100 bucks.
His fronting against buying replica or ‘fake’ sneakers really offended lots of people on Twitter and it became open season on Sarkodie.
And why not? We’re talking about the same guy who happily accepted a fake award, not to talk of probably wearing tons of fake jewellery throughout the course of his career.
After subtly showing support for the e-levy which would make things even more difficult for the already overburdened Ghanaian youth, where does he expect young people to get $100 from to buy sneakers?
Talk about somebody out of touch or probably just ‘fronting’ to show some level he probably doesn’t have.
Check out how Twitter descended on him his hypocrisy below…