“You’re not the only man on the planet who worships Bob Marley. You’re no smarter than the managers of his estate. These blasphemy plates you’re holding make you look more intoxicated than worried. Sark showed up because they’re awesome. Deal with it!”
“…and oh blackrasta stop hiding behind your claim of ‘impropriety’ because it’s hogwash. Be brave enough to express your anger at a decision involving Sark. Did you want that? Be brave enough to express your anger at a decision involving Sark. she wrote.
Never one to back down, Black Rasta took to his Twitter for a series of replies.
“See, it’s great to have you on my show on 3FM. I invite Stonebwoy to discuss the page as well. Maybe the Bob Marley family will help you understand the hook in Bob’s Buffalo Soldier that goes like woo yo yo woo wo yo yo. Read one of his responses.
The presenter dragged the father of her baby into the matter and mocked Nana Aba for having a baby with a man wearing a kilt.
However, speaking in an interview with Gianfelix, Black Rasta made it clear that he is not afraid of the large vocabulary used by Nana Aba Anamoh on social media and used to attack him on Twitter.
“The issue of Sarkodie came and suddenly you are trying to scare me with your kindergarten vocabulary. Kindergarten Vocabulary! Words that young children often play with. I mean you don’t know who Black Rasta is. When I see such words, I laugh because it is childish to me.
“She said at the end that I should stop hiding and I’m not the only one who loves Bob Marley. I should stop hiding under the banner of profane to fight Sarkodie. She said I’m jealous that Sarkodie was chosen for this project and not me. I have to deal with it. You know what that means?” Know?” he added.
Nana Aba Anamoh, including Nana Aba Anamoah, does not mind when people criticize his works because his art and art are open to criticism.
According to Black Rasta, Nana Aba Anamoah is overly emotional because he considers Sarkodie untouchable.