Sidney Kofi Ofori, popularly known as Barima Sidney, a Hiplife recording artist, has confirmed that some nameless NDC characters have been facing threats with his case.
In an interview with Beatwaves, Sidney said that his trendsetting song ‘Papa No’ threatened him with telephone calls, these anonymous NDC figures.
A few days ago he took advantage of the popular phrase ‘Papa No,’ used by actress Tracey Boakye and Mzbel in the seemingly unending vendetta.
He used the ‘Papa No’ term to release the song and it has already received huge airplay.
Eventually, some NPP foot soldiers have already accepted the song and it is simply because John Mahama’s name came up during the battle between Tracey Boakye and Mzbel.
However, since the provocative song was released, the “African Wealth” hitmaker has been threatened by some of the NDC’s personalities.
But he said the NDC and its supporters believed the song was intentionally released in order to harm the reputation of John Mahama, the party flag bearer.
Barima Sidney refuted allegations by the NDC that his song was published to undermine the image and dignity of John Mahama, stressing that the primary purpose of the song is for entertainment and not for politics.
He also denied NDC claims that he attached the song to the picture of NDC leaders, adding that the video of the song is still in the studio and has still not been released.