Whether being taken out of context or people are plainly being disingenuous, Sarkodie’s lawyer and brother-in-law-Moses Foh-Amoaning has apologized on Adom Fm, for Sarkodie’s GTP mention in his Kanta diss-track to M.anifest.
Yesterday, Moses Foh-Amoaning apologized on behalf of Sarkodie for any sort of contempt the rapper’s GTP remark may be seen to be causing—even if not intended.
He somewhat by this comment can be said to be agreeing with the many who think that line and the subsequent Afrocentric-ism marginalization by Sarkodie were all below the belt.
Several Sarkodie fans have interpreted the GTP issue as not a ridicule of the Ghanaian textile but rather meant to throw shade at M.anifest’s gross-gender style of clothing, “kaba”—though in reality M.anifest does not wear anything that resembles “kaba”.
But whatever it’s, Moses Foh-Amoaning still thinks an apology is the best way to go—before even looking at whatever meanings others can fetch out the lyrics.
“When you are rapping and you want to respond, sometimes you might use words like that in a metaphoric manner. I apologise on his behalf to all those who have been hurt because of that line in the song.
Everybody knows that is not his stand, with this thing he is doing, there is an anger somewhere so I would please with his fans and Ghanaians to forgive my younger brother because I don’t think that is what he wanted to say.
If you listen to Sarkodie’s song and the sense he makes, everybody can tell that it is not his style.”
Mr. Foh-Amoaning is married to Sarkodie’s elder sister Maame Adwoa.