Chief Executive Officer of Slip Music, Mark Okraku-Mantey has described Sammy Forson’s attack on him as shameful.
Rapper, Sarkodie’s manager, Sammy Forson, on his Twitter handle, attacked Mr. Okraku-Mantey for allegedly describing him as nothing but an “errand boy” to the rapper on show.
He has however denied making such statements and has promised not to talk about any issue concerning Sarkodie.
“Sammy Forson should also not expect people to talk about Sarkodie when he also does good things. Sammy is a friend and so I will still want to show him respect and next time he hears things, he should try to find out those who said [them],” he said on Hitz FM.
The scuffle came in the wake of accusations by American rapper, Ace Hood that Sarkodie lied about events leading to a recent collaboration to produce a song called “New Guy”.
Sarkodie had in an interview with Bola Ray said Ace Hood contacted him for the collaboration. However, Ace Hood in a tweet denied the claims saying, he [Ace Hood] agreed to join the project after a whopping $25, 000 was paid into his account.
Sammy Forson who was unhappy about Mr. Okraku-Mantey for ostensibly describing him as Sarkodie’s errand boy took to his twitter handle to voice his displeasure. He dig at Mark that he [Mark] was unable to get a nomination at the BET Awards with any of the artistes he managed.
But according to Mr. Okraku-Mantey, “It is a non-starter. When Lord Kenya [one of the artistes he managed] was rapping years ago, where was BET in Africa?”