Ghanaian hip hop artist Vincent Kwaku Osei popularly known as Strongman Burner has expressed displeasure after Sarkodie dropped his verse from his ‘Odo’ single.
He explained that Sarkodie gave the song to him as a gift and wasn’t aware that he featured the Late Ebony on the track.
“It was during Ebony’s funeral that I knew Sarkodie and Ebony worked on the project together at an earlier time. He sang the song there and I realized he featured her.
I didn’t know Ebony was on the song earlier and Sarkodie gave it to me as a gift. I was sure I was definitely the one he was going to feature on it.
I am hurt if I say I am not then I am telling lies because I didn’t know Ebony was on the song earlier and Sarkodie gave it to me”, Strongman disclosed.
The ‘Transformer’ hitmaker further revealed that he will also release the same song with his verse on it.
Recently, Sarkodie released his 6-track EP titled ‘Alpha’ and revealed that he featured the Late Ebony Reigns on one of the songs dubbed ‘Odo’.
However, Archipalago claimed that the original song featured Strongman but Sarkodie omitted his verse and replaced it with that of Ebony.