On the condition that Sarkodie's appearance on Bob Marley's “Stir It Up” tune would not be mentioned, media celebrity Nana Aba Anamoah agreed to show up on Blakk Rasta's radio show.
Instead, she requested Blakk Rasta write up explanations for the words he used in a song that were said to be in Chinese.
The singer of “Barack Obama” had invited Nana Aba to attend his program to share his thoughts on the Sarkodie-Bob Marley collaboration, which he had called a degradation of the legend's position and accused Sarkodie of giving a shoddy performance.
“Awww.. As if you're stranger to Blakk Rasta. I have never hidden my true feelings and agenda. Could you, please say which of the reasons I intimated is HOGWASH. Honey, disagree with me but FACTS still SACRED. Ready to come on my #URBANBLEND show on @3fm927 so we compare facts?” Blakk Rasta's ‘invitation' tweet read.
“Bro, on the Marley-Sark feature, I've said what I have to say to you. Marley's children & his estate managers are doing what they deem fit for his legacy. Keep catching feelings. I'd however, be happy to come on your show to discuss this song instead. Mentease3!!” she tweeted at Blakk Rasta on February 5.