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Liberian President George Weah Lists His Favourite 3 Ghanaian Musician; Sarkodie, Stonebwoy Missing (Video)

Liberian President George Weah has mentioned his three favourite Ghanaian musicians.

He named Shatta Wale, Castro, and Wutah as those he loves most.

Interestingly, those mentioned among Ghana’s top musicians, Sarkodie and Stonebwoy, were missing in the list.

 

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President Weah was speaking in a video which is trending massively on the internet.

The president did not explain his reasons for the choices, however, it is a known fact that Shatta Wale is the best Ghanaian musician currently and has been very consistent.

Unfortunately, Castro is no longer with us and for now, it has not been confirmed if he is still alive or not.

He had disappeared at Ada when he went on a holiday cruising with Asamoah Gyan and others.

For Wutah, the duo is no longer together and have gone solo.

They had super hit songs together including Goosey Gander, Burning Desire, Big Dreams, and many others.

Before their second split, they recorded Bronya, a song that still enjoys massive airplay.

We cannot say exactly when Weah made the revelation, however, the video is currently trending online.

Meanwhile, Shatta has been beefing Sarkodie and he has explained why he does so.

He had earlier called Sarkodie a poor man stressing that though he likes to portray himself as a rich man, he is not rich.

However, Sarkodie shared a luxurious photo of his hall to prove to Shatta Wale and the world that he is not poor.

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