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Representatives of Sarkodie real name Michael Owusu Addo say they are aware by the intention of Kloma Hengme Association, a Ga-Dangme group to sue their client over lyrics he uttered in a ‘Jennifer Lomotey’s song as a featured artiste of Kurl Songx produced by David Kojo Kyei (Kaywa) impugning the Chasity of Krobo women.

The matter, a statement from Sark’s camp says will be forwarded to the entertainer’s attorneys for due legal process to be followed. Management adds that they are restrained from making any comments in the interim.

Dr. Kwadwo Appiagyei-Atua from Farouk Seidu and Associates (Ibada Chambers) sued Kurl Songx in Tema, the producers of Sarkodie`s defamatory track against the good women of Kroboland, on behalf of Kloma Hengme Association, a Krobo Heritage and Advocacy group whose mission is to project Krobo values as the basis to promote the development of the Krobo people.

The group is demanding the offering of unreserved apology to Krobo women and compensation of GHC2 Million to the Krobo people who were harmed by the content of the song in addition to stopping the airing and distribution of the song.

It is this line from Sark which generated all the heat: “Krobo ni baa papa a ahweneɛ da ne sisi. Ɔkɔmfo Anɔkye de adwaman no abɔ no dua!”, which literally translates as “A noble Krobo lady with beads around her waist. The one who has been cursed by Ɔkɔmfo Anokye with promiscuity!”

Below is the statement from the Sark Camp:

“The attention of Management of Ghanaian hip hop artiste Michael Owusu Addo ‘Sarkodie’, has been drawn to a letter from legal representatives of Kloma Hengme Association which gives Notice of Intention to sue in relation to a recently released song ‘Jennifer Lomotey’, by Kurl Songs which featured Sarkodie and produced by David Kojo Kyei (aka Kaywa).

“A copy of the said letter has been referred to Lawyers for Sarkodie, for due legal process to be followed. In the meantime, Management will refrain from commenting on the matter.”