Ghanaian rapper and songwriter Sarkodie, on Sunday, February 21 took to Twitter to advise people never to push others down.

“It’s either you wanna lift people up or you don’t,” he tweeted. “Pushing someone down should never be part of the options #HappySunday,” the star tweeted.

Furthermore, he said that where he’s from(Ghana), people have joy in the downfall of others. That is the reason why they also do not attain great heights, because the evil they wish others returns to them. He rather encouraged his followers to support others.

SEE MORE:   6 Best Uplifting Moments In Nigeria's Music Industry This Week - February 7

“Where I’m from, we find joy in seeing people fall that’s why a good percentage stay unsuccessful (unhappy)… Always know that you are what you feel. Celebrate people, be happy for people, elevate people and it automatically bounce back to you #HappySunday,” Sarkodie added.

Michael Owusu Addo popularly known by his stage name as Sarkodie is a famous Ghanaian hip hop rapper, songwriter, recording artist, stage performer, entrepreneur and a philanthropist.

SEE MORE:   Joeboy's "Somewhere Between Beauty & Magic" Album Review.

He is currently the fastest rapper in Africa who won the Best International Act at the BET Awards. He currently has a son by the name Adalyn Owusu Addo. In 2012, Sarkodie won the Best International Act (African category) at the 2012 BET Awards.

In 2014, he was nominated in the same category at the 2014 BET Awards. In 2015, Sarkodie was ranked the 19 most Influential Ghanaian by Ghana. He is considered as one of the major proponents of the Azonto genre and dance.

SEE MORE:   Bella Shmurda condemns report of preforming while drunk (Video)



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here