Rapper Sarkodie has reaffirmed the saying “men make houses, women make homes” when he appeared on Pure FM today.
Sarkodie in an interview with Kumasi-based Pure FM said he feels men are incomplete without women thus every man must make frantic steps to get a woman.
This assertion comes on the back of a recent statement he made in a rap verse where he said poor men are the ones who are ever-present in the kitchen to help.
On the show, Sarkodie said he places every value on women and believes in the role they play in every man’s life.
Also, Sarkodie went on to eulogize Daddy Lumba by stating that although he is great, he still got a lot of work to do if he wants to get to the level of Daddy Lumba.
Sarkodie spoke about his hustle as a young kid where he used to hawk food at Mile 7 amongst other things. He also said Shatta Wale has a very distinct attitude and he has learnt to accept him the way he is since he will never change.
Sarkodie said although many bash Shatta Wale for exhibiting a weird attitude sometimes, he believes that is the way he is and does not think he will change to make anybody happy.
Shatta Wale and Sarkodie have come a very long and on the road they have experienced some friendship hitches but both seem to be getting along better now after the infamous 2018 beef.
Sarkodie and his team are in Kumasi as part of preparatory work for the release of his “No Pressure” album. Actually, he said the album has been postponed or delayed because he wanted to perfect a song on it.
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