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'Hypocrite, drop another dumsor track' - Sarkodie told as he comments on 2024 Dumsor

Happy Day' rapper Sarkodie has expressed his unhappiness over 2024 'dumsor' risking the lives of babies at the Tema General Hospital but some fans are not happy over his comment.

Sarkodie and Nana Addo

In a viral video, a nurse captured the moment the hospital experienced 'dumsor' and detailed how the electrical power cut posed life threats to babies that had been in incubators at the hospital.

Adding his voice to the masses, the Ghanaian rapper shared his lamentation via a post on his Instagram story. "The Impact when we misplace priorities. we pray for these innocent babies" he wrote.

The rapper's comment has rather triggered a backlash among some social media users who believe Sarkodie can do more than the comment he shared on his Instastory.

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This comes at the back of reports on Sarkodie recording about 3 songs.titled 'Dumsor', 'Inflation' and 'The Masses', to drag John Mahama and the NDC over 'dumsor' and economic hardship during NDC governing era between 2012 to 2016.

However, in the heat-up to the 2016 general election, Sarkodie rather dropped 'Happy Day' a song that saw him controversially endorsing Nana Addo to win the the elections that year.

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Out of this, fans believe his comment on the 2024 Dumsor is not enough. Reacting to a publication by pulse.com.gh about the rapper's lamentation, an x user said "Hypocrite! You now feel the pain because we are talking about Tema" with another adding that "kw*sia ba no be you say Nana tua so".

Other fans calling on to record a song to address the issue said "We are waiting for a song titled "La General Hospital," with another x post saying "Baba @sarkodie press demma neck in ur next song as u did to NDC on ur song "issues."

See a screenshot of the posts below and tell us what you think. Must Sarkodie record another song?

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