Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail 2.1K If You Like This Article Kindly Give Us A Share! Sarkodie sinks himself a new low after with his new song ‘Freaky & Naughty’ pandering to the degrading culture that has plagued the West. Coming right out of a fued with actress Yvonne Nelson who claimed he was responsible for her childhood abortion. The rapper rightfully replied with a song dubbed ‘TRY ME’ where he defending he was not to blame and didn’t hesitate to share his slew of insults at the actress with the term that made headline ‘She was For The Streets’. AUDIO: “YOU ARE FOR THE STREETS” Sarkodie Exposes Yvonne Nelson’s Book As Lies In New Song ‘TRY ME’ However, despite your position on the just ended fued, it now makes it questionable why Sarkodie, who is married to a responsible, successful entrepreneur would rather decide to make a video glorifying a half-naked stripper, twerking in the video making herself the epitome of the whorish culture in his new ‘Freaky & Naughty’ song. More Articles You Would Love VIDEO: Watch Visuals Of The Moment Memphis City & Gh Ambassador To USA Honored CEO Of FashionGHANA.com, Nana Tamakloe See Image Highlights Of ‘Scent of Africa’s’ First Anniversary Celebration Of The Eternal Legends Collection African music is now on the world stage with very little grip of Western influence on our culture, the last thing we need is to lay a bed for Western countries to build negative perceptions about Ghanaian women. All whilst inviting the degenerate and degrading behavior of men towards women to become an integral part of our culture leaving our women feeling embarrassed having to challenge negative. LEARN FROM OTHERS MISTAKES There has been a plague of demoralizing whorish culture that has deformed the reputation of African women around the world specifically in America and other parts of the West. This has been done by a combination of European record labels heavily promoting trash amongst African communities and spearheading them as successful and admired black female figures to the world internationally. The grip of European power over black American music culture from distribution to producers, TV, radio, and more makes it just as much difficult for Lauryn Hill, Bahamdia, or any other intelligent progressive representation of an African woman to pierce the international market. There are countless internet discussion shaming African American women for a culture they have no control of. Shaming them for the likes of degenerate musicians like Sukihana and Sexxy Red who are promoted by European establishments to a European audience as minstrel bafoons demoralizing the reputation of black women worldwide. Taking keynotes from this detrimental reality, it is very advisable that Africans are more responsible with the direction they take genres like Afrobeats, African hip hop, Amapiano, and more genres too. SARKODIE FREAKY & NAUGHTY The bad produced and appalling music video was released no more than an hour ago as Sarkodie raps about his admiration for the stripper stating that is the type of woman he would like to marry. Watch the snippette published below. #FreakyAndNaughty pic.twitter.com/yRnAwDK8FA — Sarkodie (@sarkodie) July 30, 2023 Is this write-up to claim there are no prostitutes or degenerate-behaving women in Africa? No! There are everywhere in the world. But let’s not permit our creatives to make them a large representation, and neither should their attributes be put on the forefront to influence young women, misinform the world about African women, or encourage more. Sarkodie is not the first Ghanaian or African artist to embrace this, but with the reputation he has carried this is a big thumbs down to one of the nation’s most popular artists and makes it questionable if he is someone we can trust to have content that speaks to the nation. Especially following his fued with Yvonne Nelson. Read More Like This On Ghana Celebrity Watch UPCOMING TOP EVENTS! VIEW ALL EVENTSAFRICAS BIGGEST FASHION WEEK IS HERE!Click Here To Submit stories Email: [email protected] or HashTag #FashionGHANA Share FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappTelegramEmail FashionGHANA Admin FashionGHANA.com is a Fashion PR Company, Events planning & management team as well as Africa's leading Fashion Media House. 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