Rapper Sarkodie has shared some profound words with his followers on social media, preaching the essence of seeking the good of others.
In a tweet, Sarkodie wrote that people need to be genuinely happy for others, seek the good of all and desist from pulling people down.
He wrote: “Where I am from, we find joy in seeing people fall that’s why a good percentage stay unsuccessful ( unhappy )… Always know that you are what you feel. Celebrate people, be happy for people, elevate people and it automatically bounce back to you.
It’s either you wanna lift people up or you don’t … Pushing someone down should never be part of the options.”
It is unknown what may have inspired his message but it comes at a time when there are numerous feuds in several fields of endeavour, especially the entertainment scene in Ghana.
The biggest beef the Ghanaian music industry has seen in recent times is the one between Guru and Kuami Eugene.
The industry also recently witnessed one between Medikal and TeePhlow but that was short-lived.