Ghana’s most decorated rapper and CEO of SarkCess Music, Michael Owusu Addo also known as Sarkodie has rendered an apology to Edward Nana Poku Osei (Hammer of Last 2 Music) over a recent social media row that ensued between him (Hammer) and his (Sarkodie) protege Strongman.
Sarkodie who will usually not speak to issues of such nature or respond to them in a post apologised to Hammer for the harm the row might have caused and asked that he pays no need to the media as they might make it worse.
In a tweet, he stated;
“Normally don’t feed into stuff like this but for the respect I have for
@Dahammergh … On behalf of Young King @StrongmanBurner wanna say sorry if any comment directly or indirectly dents your hard earned “Brand” I know the media can make it worse but again “Sorry” ”
Normally don't feed into stuff like this but for the respect I have for @Dahammergh … On behalf of Young King @StrongmanBurner wanna say sorry if any comment directly or indirectly dents your hard earned "Brand" I know the media can make it worse 😊 but again "Sorry" 🙏🏾
— HIGHES➕ (@sarkodie) April 12, 2018
Beginning of the row
Hammer responded to a post on Facebook indicating that legendary music producer who has nurtured many talents including Obrafour, Tinny, Kwaw Kese, Edem, Sarkodie, TeePhlow and many others had made a move to sign Strongman after Next Big Thing in GH Hip-hop competition which aired years ago but moved ahead to signing TeePhlow after the former chose his education over a music contract.
Hammer in responding to the allegation claimed that he ‘never made a move on Strongman’ after winning the maiden edition of the competition and that, he was chasing Teephlow even before the reality TV show was over.
Strongman would however not keep mute on the issue but clarify as he called out Hammer adding that he must be ‘honest’ with his submission.
Strongman has since his label boss’ apology also rendered an apology to Hammer.
— BabyGirl (@StrongmanBurner) April 12, 2018
Legendary producer Hammer is noted for producing and nurturing talents such as Obrafour, Tiny, Kwaw Kese, Edem, Sarkodie, TeePhlow and many others.