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“PAPA NO IS NOT ABOUT MAHAMA” – Barima Sidney Clarifies And Apologises To Mahama [VIDEO]

Ghanaian hiplife recording artiste, Sidney Kofi Ofori popularly called Barima Sidney has rendered an apology to ex-President John Dramani Mahama for releasing his track ‘Papa No’ three years ago.

He stated that the song was not meant for Mr. Mahama, despite what many Ghanaians believed. Some laid partial blame on the song for the ex-President’s loss in the 2020 elections.

Barima Sidney explained that the song was inspired by a trend on social media during that time.

He made it clear that no one was being singled out, as he was just performing a song to amuse his followers.

Nevertheless, a few people placed images of Mr. Mahama on the song, and the singer made it clear that he had no knowledge of it.

I heard two ladies conversing on social media about ‘Papa No’ and we all know those two celebrities, Gloria Kani and Tracey Boakye. So, when I heard of Papa No, I was like, this is very interesting. Let me just work on something. So, I just went to the studio one night from 12 to 7 a.m.; we just released it, and by 9:00, it was all over.

“So, I didn’t have anybody in mind, but then some people gathered some rashes of the former president and put it behind the music, and they were using it to promote their own stuff. So, at the end of the day, people thought it was me. I had no idea.” he stated.

Thus, Barima Sidney offered an apology to the NDC flagbearer for any damage caused during an interview on Joy Prime’s Prime Morning show on Wednesday.

“I’ll take this opportunity to apologise to the former President John Mahama. I mean, it wasn’t about him, and I was not the one who did those videos and rashes that circulated on social media. ‘Papa No’ goes to everybody,” the musician pleaded.

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