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Sarkodie - M.anifest beef: Sarkodie goofed - DKB

Say something negative about Sarkodie or Manifest concerning their ongoing feud and be prepared to tolerate the anger of a section of their fans.

This has made some stars and entertainment critics keep mute over the Sarkodie-Manifest beef just to save their names from the lips of these die-hard fans.

King of Ghanaian comedy DKB was on Starr FM Wednesday evening as part of his radio tour to promote his upcoming “Point Of View” comedy show slated for this Saturday at the National Theater but he couldn’t sign out as co-host of the drive time show without telling listeners who is winning the ongoing bout between the two rappers.

DKB initially was reluctant in expressing his view on the battle just to be politically correct but after several pressures from Anita Erskine, host of the Starr Drive, he finally gave his verdict.

According to DKB, M.anifest is currently winning the beef, which has had many Ghanaians talking for long.

He explained that Sarkodie punched the “Someway Bi” rapper very hard with the “Kanta” diss track but the “Pro Bono” he said in the song reduced his score on his marking sheet.

He added that Obidi committed a blunder when he said “I’ll help you for free but ?firi nne koro no we [will] be working pro bono”.

DKB lecturing the “Illuminati” rapper said the statement was a tautology. The comedian added that the saying of the same thing twice over in different words took something away from the “Kanta” diss song directed at M.anifest.

DKB holds his one-man comedy show this Saturday, July 9 at the National Theater. The show hosts other comedians like Foster Romanus, James Brown, Jacinta, Ajeezey,OB, Khemicals and many others with special appearance from KSM and Afia Schwarzenegger.

Musicians billed for the July 9 comedy show are reigning artistes of the year, E.L and VRMG boss, Edem. Tickets for the show are selling at Ghc50.

Source: Zionfelix

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