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Inkboy unhappy he wasn’t featured in Sarkodie’s ‘One Million Cedis’ video 

Nigerian artiste Inkboy has registered his displeasure at Sarkodie for not featuring him in his newly-released ‘One Million Cedis’ video.

The singer is unhappy that after Sarkodie featured him on the song for his ‘Jamz’ album, the rapper failed to invite him to be part of the video shoot. 

On his Twitter page, the artiste made a number of posts to express his disappointment in the Ghanaian rap giant. 

“Sincerely I know this might come off weird and people will tag me ungrateful but I put blood and sweat into every song and I deserve to be shown genuine Love but it’s sad King @sarkodie I literally beg for every small chance to show myself but e Dey decline,” Inkboy tweeted. 

In another tweet, he also wrote that he had wanted to be on Sarkodie’s Rapperholic concert in December 2022 but his effort to get featured on the show was fruitless. 

“I begged like I was gonna cry to be at the rapperholic but that didn’t work sure I can’t be entitled but I just heard about the one million cedis video three days ago 💔 didn’t even know it’s was gonna drop today. Just saw people tagging me Lol,” he added. 

Still pained by his exclusion from the video, Inkboy indicated how badly he needed that video appearance as a burgeoning artiste. 

“I get mad Love for King @sarkodie Allah knows this from my heart But why don’t I ever get small chance I appreciate putting me on the record but your like a Dad to me treat me like a son too 💔 I be independent you know how bad I need this if not now then never,” Inkboy further stated. 

‘One Million Cedis’ is taken off Sarkodie’s ‘Jamz’ album which was released on November 11, 2022. 

‘Jamz’ also features Oxlade, Lojay, Black Sherif, Cina Soul, Joeboy and King Promise.

Watch ‘One Million Cedis’ by Sarkodie below: 

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