Entertainment commentator Kwame A-Plus, has defended rapper Sarkodie for refusing to share money with his fans in public.
This comes after Sarkodie confessed in a South African interview that he hated the concept of offering money to his fans when cameras are on him.
The rapper added that allegations about him being stingy are never accurate since he prefers to communicate with his followers secretly rather than publicly.
He bemoaned that when people give money in front of cameras with negative intentions, society takes it as positive and would admire such a person regardless of the real motivation behind their sudden generosity.
A Plus claimed in an interview on United Showbiz that Sarkodie has the right to determine how he wants to distribute his money or express love to his followers on the street, but not necessarily toss it in the crowd.
He went on to say that just like Shatta Wale has his own reasons for throwing money into the audience wherever he finds himself, Sarkodie should be free to show love to his fans in the way he sees fit.
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