Strongman Breaks His Silence On Viral “Footballers-Coaches” Tweet
Ghana’s favorite wordsmith, Strongman Burner has finally reacted to issues concerning a tweet of his that went viral.
The tweet according to a large section of Ghanaians, was directed at his former boss, Sarkodie.
The tweet read, “Most good footballers turn to be bad coaches. Don’t be deceived”, speculated to be aimed at Sarkodie.
But well, after several comments and critiques, the rapper has eventually come out to clear the air.
In an interview with Sammy Forson on the Cosmopolitan Mix on Joy FM, Thursday, he made all these revelations.
In a report monitored by MusicArenaGh.com on GhPage.com, the rapper disclosed he was happy at the deal with the label.
According to him, the tweet was directed at Manchester United since he is a Chelsea fan.
“I am a Chelsea fan so obviously I would not expect Man U to go any level above us. I was happy at the label.
They did everything they had to for me. Manchester United fans have been jubilating when Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took the mantle from Jose Mourinho, but the team was not doing well as they used to when the former began coaching.
I was happy at the label. They did everything they had to for me” he said.
A grateful Strongman said that, Sarkcess Music was very helpful with his music career and he appreciates that.
He however added that, in as much as Ghanaians expected a lot from him, expectations weren’t met.
“Sark is very big and most of them were also thinking I am a good artist and so if the two of us are working together we should be able to give them something more. I don’t know.
Since we were not able to meet their expectation they are a bit disappointed but we tried our best” he added.
On Sunday, April 14, 2019, we reported that, Strongman had exited the label because his contract had expired.
This generated a lot of arguments on social media until Strongman also made that tweet.
So there you have it! Strongman said it was because of Manchester United and not Sarkodie. Wetin be my own?
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