Ghanaian-UK-based journalist Kevin Taylor has dragged rapper Sarkodie for dissing him in his song titled ‘Landlord’.
Sarkodie’s new song ‘Landlord,’ which was released on December 31st, 2022, addresses a variety of issues, including his feud with South African artist Nasty C, as well as issues concerning the NPP and the government.
Listening to the newly released song of Sarkodie, he addressed the controversial phrase “Nana Toaso” from his previous song ‘Happy Day’ while dissing the journalist Kevin Taylor.
In reaction to the diss from Sarkodie, the Loud Silence owner, Kevin Taylor has taken to his Twitter page to indicate that he will not be moved to reply Sarkodie.
According to him, Sarkodie does not deserve his attention because, as a musician, he has failed to draw a crowd to his neighbourhood school.
He continued by saying that if the “Country Side” singer wants a response from him, he should try to fill a stadium like some of his colleagues have.
‘If @shattawalegh disses me I will even promote it because he has been able to fill a whole a stadium without promo. Now why should I respond to you ( m333) who can not fill Kaukudi La primary school park. I beg try and fill kaukudi first to get my attention’.