Samini expressed his displeasure with Sarkodie, calling him a ‘hypocrite’ and ‘disrespectful.’
The reggae-dancehall artiste expressed his disgust during an interview on The Day Show with host Berla Mundi, where Sarkodie’s lifestyle and relationships with experienced musicians were questioned,
Samini claimed that he approached Sarkodie about a possible collaboration but received a negative response. When asked about the incident, Samini stated that Sarkodie had evaded discussing it.
“You can’t take Samini lightly anyhow,” he asserted during the interview. “Until he shows remorse and comes to me to say, be like the way I do Badman ‘I be like ano try, Badman vex and come and make ano say, ano try,” he said.
He continued that “until then he and I we no be cool….He is a two-faced person who will make the public believe I don’t know what I am saying on Twitter when I actually know what I am saying and then I come and ask you questions and then you can’t answer”, as quoted by pulse.
He emphasised the need of respecting older artists in the industry, especially when new artists seek collaborations with established performers. Samini’s goal was to send the message that disrespect should not be accepted, particularly when established artists are asked for collaboration.
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“I want young artists to know that it’s not okay to be disrespectful. When you’re asked about something, don’t try to mislead people and make them think the complainer is making things up,” Samini explained.
“I responded to him based on how he treated me before, which made me doubt his respect for legends like myself. Having a ‘blue tick’ doesn’t mean I should assume you respect me after you’ve played games with me, despite my quick response to your requests.“
Samini’s previous accusations about Sarkodie’s refusal to respond to his collaborative request for the 2021 Burning-EP led this public dispute.