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Sarkodie’s Verse On The ‘Stir It Up’ Wasn’t Impressive, It Should Have Been Either Stonebwoy Or Shata Wale – Ayisha Modi.

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Along with Shatta Wale, who appears upset that Sarkodie was a featured artist on Bob Marley and the Wailers’ song “Stir It Up,” Ayisha Modi also appears to feel the same way.

Remember how Shatta Wale made fun of Sarkodie last week for employing a ghost?

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He gave off the impression that he was praising him, but in reality, he was making fun of him and venting his resentment.

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Ayisha Modi has also openly shared her opinions on Sarkodie’s verse, and she claims that she wasn’t at all impressed.

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Ayisha Modi remarked in an interview with Kofi Adoma that she was dissatisfied after listening to the song since she had first anticipated the rapper to perform better.

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Ayisha Modi continued by saying that Stonebwoy or Shatta Wale would have provided a better performance than Sarkodie, and that Bob Marley’s company should have approached them.

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