Wrong projection Sarkodie talks using Illuminati symbol during Apollo Theatre show

“Yes, I projected illuminati symbols for the illuminati song. But the whole show, we had a day to rehearse. The one in charge of the projections was a white man", says Sark.

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Sarkodie projects the "Illuminati" symbol during his performance at "History In The Making" concert held at Apollo Theatre, UASA last month play

Sarkodie projects the "Illuminati" symbol during his performance at "History In The Making" concert held at Apollo Theatre, UASA last month

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Sarkodie in his recent media run revealed that, the several "Illuminati" symbols that were projected was not part of his plan.

The "Illuminati" rapper explaining the reason behind the problem said;

“Yes, I projected illuminati symbols for the illuminati song. But the whole show, we had a day to rehearse. The one in charge of the projections was a white man.

I told him those projections were for only one track which was "illuminati" and so when I get to that record, he should start and end, immediately I end that particular track.

But apparently it was projected throughout my performance. But it was not supposed to but things sometimes go wrong.”

Talking about his Obrafour featured "Elijah" track, Sark said;

“This Elijah beat was originally for Kwaw Kese. It was supposed to be his song but he was wasting time and did not rap on it. So I heard it and told Hammer.

He told me it was for Kwaw. I waited for a year and Kwaw was still not coming through to record the song; hence I told Hammer to allow me and that’s how I got to record my vocals on this beat.”

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