Ghanaian rapper, Elorm Adablah, better known as E.L, has revealed that his colleague rapper Sarkodie omitting his name from a tall list of musicians in Ghana to South African rapper, Casper Nyovest made him feel bad.
In April, South African rapper Casper Nyovest made his maiden trip to Ghana to familiarize with the Ghanaian music industry.
During his visit, award-winning rapper Sarkodie, who was out of the country, tweeted a list of musicians, Cassper Nyovest should contact in his absence.
The tall list included Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, R2Bees and even Sarkodie’s proclaimed arch-rival M.anifest. To the dismay of many, Sarkodie left out the 2016 Artiste of the Year, E.L.
Reacting to Sarkodie’s tweet, E.L, who is currently promoting his single ‘Overdose’ told JoyNews’ MzGee he felt bad that Sarkodie omitted him in the list.
“Well, it made me feel kind of bad but that’s him, that’s his list so he can list whoever he wants to list,” he said.
E.L, however, denied claims there was bad blood between him and Sarkodie.
“No, there’s no bad blood. I am just not messing with any of these artistes anymore. I have come to realize that it is every man for himself. The past doesn’t really count for anything in this industry,” the rapper said.
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