Tinny stated that, over the weekend, they met on Entertainment review to discuss about his new song and instead of that, Socrates rather attacked his person and his family.
Ghanaian artiste, Tinny, has told NEWS-ONE hat, he has cause to believe that, popular movie producer Socrates Sarfo has an intense dislike for him and his music career.
He stated that, over the weekend, they met on Entertainment review to discuss about his new song and instead of that, Socrates rather attacked his person and his family.
“Socrate certainly hates me and he did not hide it during the Entertainment Review on Peace Fm last Saturday. He decided to put my music aside and attack my person", he said.
"I went to the studio to promote my new song, ‘Badder Than Them’, and while the host and panel were talking about the song, Socrates alone decided to attack my person and family. If this is not hatred, what is it?” he asked.
He continued: “What has the number of children I have and my wife got to do with the song? He told me in the face that at my age if I have four children it means I was giving birth by heart. He said I am not a role model for his kids, he even said that after listening to my song, it sounded like noise and that all he could hear was noise from an accordion and that I should be ashamed for paying the sound engineer for the song”.
The artiste said, even when the host of the show, Kwesi Aboagye, drew Socrate’s attention to the verbal attacks and provocative comments, the latter did not budge. But he said he suspected Socrates wanted to provoke him and he did not give him that pleasure as he controlled his anger.
“I suspect Socrate wanted to provoke me so I come across as a disrespectful person. I got angry but I controlled myself. He insulted me, rubbished my song and attacked my brand."
"This same Socrate did the same thing to Bisa K’Dei about two weeks ago. But I know my song, ‘Badder Than Them’, is bigger than Socrate and God would be the best judge,” Tinny concluded.
His ‘Badder Than Them" song however is still gaining popularity.