Sarkodie Educates Sammy Gyamfi On His ‘George Floyd’ Post

Rapper Sarkodie has added his voice to the comments on Sammy Gyamfi’s politicization of George Floyd’s death.

The National Spokesperson of the National Democratic Congress got himself into a hot stroll today after Ghanaians failed to deduce the ‘right’ meaning of his cartoon of Nana Addo suffocating a Ghanaian with the caption ‘ I can’t Breath‘.

Per what Ghanaians deduced from his tweet, Sammy Gyamfi implied that Akufo-Addo and the Electoral Commissioner are suffocating Ghanaians to death with the impending new Voters Register which he implies will disenfranchise many qualified Ghanaians of voting age.

Among the numerous Ghanaians who disagreed with Sammy Gyamfi’s post, was the multiple award winning rapper Sarkodie.

Sarkodie advised him to accept the fact that he did the unexpected by politicizing that comment from dying George Floyd who was murdered in the US.

Naa my brother we all go wrong sometimes… I will believe your intention wasn’t to joke with these serious n very sensitive issues, but you still wrong just do what’s right…. retract n take it down

Sammy Gyamfi

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