American rapper, Ace Hood has countered claims that he contacted the agent of Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie before they collaborated on his song dubbed “New Guy”.
Sarkodie in an interview on Starr FM some years ago indicated the collaboration was eased after Ace Hood’s contact to his agent in the United States of America.
Years after the song was out and Sarkodie’s assertion, a Twitter user shared a video of the Ghanaian rapper talking about how the collaboration came into being and docketed him as a liar.
Ace Hood then reacted to the post after he was mentioned.
He wrote: “It’s a lie smh. But I wish him well.”
But on a serious note,
Sarkodie seriously u dey lie ooo, how can ace hood bell ur agent den u go feature am on ur track again, the track “new guy” u @sarkodie then @Acehood a no dey barb la!! So u wan talk say, Ace hood do ahohyihy3 anaa, secof u be sarkodie? Smh 🤦♂️ pic.twitter.com/T8WZRBr7vw
— Nana Fapimso 👊 Skin Pu**y (@pnorvinyo_17) July 25, 2020
‘New Guy’ which featured Ace Hood attracted a lot of controversies after some music fans alleged Sarkodie paid a huge sum of money before he got the American rapper to be on the song released in 2015.