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Fatherhood Has Affected My Delivery

Sarkodie has indicated that being a family man has affected his delivery as an artiste.

The talented Ghanaian rapper made the revelation during an interview on Starr Drive with Geovanita on Wednesday, 20th December. During the interview, the multiple award-winning rapper said that becoming a father has not hindered his creativity but has made him more responsible.#

“…And I need to own-up to things [that] I say. So, I can’t be hypocritical as at now…it definitely had effect but I think it is good,” he added.

Speaking about his generally believed arrogant posture to the media when need for an interview, the ‘Gbozaa’ hitmaker pointed out that the perception goes beyond the media.

“I think people; when they see me they feel like there is a wall that they need to break before they get to me. I think that is the vibe that people get and it might be true…I think different people from different walks of life have the same experience but personally, it is not true.”

Meanwhile, Sarkodie is set to hold another record-breaking edition of his Rapperholic Concert on Tuesday December 25.


By: Gabla Godwin/ Showbiz Network Ghana

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