Some Ghanaians have however interpreted Sarkodie’s line as an attack on the GTP brand and have called on the “Illuminati” singer to apologise to GTP.
The two rappers, M.anifest and Sarkodie have been in a feud over who is the best rapper in the Ghanaian music industry.
M.anifest released 'godMC' which was seen by most Sarkodie fans as an attack on the BET award-winning artiste but in Sarkodie’s response, he dropped a line which sought to attack the fashion sense of M.anifest.
“Obi b3 diss me a na 3nye rapper a )de GTP ntoma pam kaba…Me no me rap y3 authentic” meaning “if someone would diss me, not a rapper who uses GTP cloth to sow Kaba.”
Some have however interpreted Sarkodie’s line as an attack on the GTP textile and have called on the “Illuminati” singer to apologise to same.
But his lawyer and brother-in-law of Sarkodie has apologised on his behalf for any sort of damage he might have caused unintentionally.
Meanwhile several Sarkodie fans have interpreted the GTP issue as not a ridicule of the Ghanaian textile but rather meant to throw shade at M.anifest’s cross-gender style of clothing, “kaba”—though in reality M.anifest does not wear anything that resembles “kaba”.
Moses Foh-Amoaning however, still thinks an apology is the best way to go before even looking at whatever meanings others can fetch out of the lyrics.
The textile company is yet to reply to the apology.