After Sarkodie’s sold out show over the weekend dubbed Sarkodie History in the Making at the Apollo Theatre in New York, there have been several issues coming from different camps as to which Ghanaian artiste was the first to pull out such massive show.
The Godfather of Hiplife, Reginald Yaw Asante Osei aka Reggie Rockstone in an interview with Abantepa on Radio Univers called Quophi Akyeame a liar over his statement that Akyeame first made history at the Apollo Theater in 2000 when they had a sold out concert.
And in a reply to that, Quophi Akyeame on the same radio station made reference to the fact that Reggie was the last person to have a say on the matter.
“Reggie Rockstone wanted to be on that show but he couldn’t get that chance. I think Reggie will be the last person for you to talk to about this thing,” he said.
He also made reference to the dislike Reggie Rockstone has for him because of a song he wrote for Ex Doe of Daavi Mede kuku fame some years ago.
“Reggie is looking at me from the corner of his eyes because of the song I wrote for Ex Doe titled Maba . So he has even blacklisted me in his books,” he said.
Maba was a diss song to Reggie Rockstone and Chicago. It was believed that Akyeame (Quophi Akyeame) wrote the Twi verses on ‘Maba’ dissing Rockstone.
According to the former host of Sounds Splash on TV Africa, he does not have anything against the “Money no be problem” crooner.
“I don’t have anything against Sarkodie. I think he is a wonderful artiste. He is an artiste who has done stuffs that probably my generation I couldn’t achieve but in my own little right, what I have achieved, I won’t let anybody crumble on that,” he said.