Fan tells Sarkodie to take his English to Legon after grammatical error on Twitter

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Ghanaian Rapper Sarkodie

CEO of SarkCess Music, Sarkodie has been trolled for yet another grammatical error on twitter. 

This is not the first time Sarkodie is using an English word wrongly. Some years ago, he misused the word ‘pro bono’ in a diss song for M.anifest.

The ‘Can’t let you go’ hitmaker, Sarkodie is currently trending on Twitter for mistakenly using the word ‘wet’ instead of ‘whet’. 

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He tweeted; “Had to add one more!!! #ALPHA SARKNATION just wet your appetite as we wait for 2019 projects”

However, popular vlogger Kwadwo Sheldon responded to Sark’s tweet by writing; “Aboa.Take your English go lecture for Legon….”

Don’t get it twisted; this is exactly what Sark used for M.anifest in his ‘Kanta‘ diss song to him.

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Another fan wrote; “Seriously, the YAWA bi too much! Ahh Sark!!”

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