The New Patriotic Party (NPP) has already started using Sarkodie’s latest song, “Happy Day” featuring Kuami Eugene as a campaign song despite his earlier tweet that the song was not for their campaign and definitely not an endorsement for the flagbearer of NPP, Nana Addo.
Following the release of the song, A lot of controversies have sparked between Some media personalities and netizens. They have blasted the rapper for endorsing a political party knowing very well the implications it might have on his career.
However, Kuami Eugene who was featured on the song has come out to disassociate himself by saying ‘‘he never knew the song was a campaign song for the NPP until he went on set with the rapper to shoot the video’’.
‘‘Sarkodie sent his the first verse of the song which didn’t contain an endorsement for Nana Addo.’’ He added.
Sarkodie has come out to debunk claims that his ‘Happy Day’ song is an endorsement for Nana Addo and his government.
According to him the government part he used in the song is for all political parties and not to endorse the ruling NPP government.
Despite his warnings, a video has been sighted on social media which has the NPP already using the song for campaign.
Watch the video below: