Ghanaian songstress, eShun has said there is nothing wrong with her begging Sarkodie for a feature publicly.
Some months ago, the ‘Fa Me Kor’ composer appealed to Sarkodie through a Twitter post to work with her.
She wrote: “Dear @sarkodie For years I’ve tried to get you on a song, Tried friends, strangers, media guys… Spoken to Angel, Black Nana, Possigee, tried yr house… Bra Michael, you are Dope, having you on a song will be fire to fire, it will be an honour. What do I do to make this happen?”
When she was asked on the ‘Uncut Show’ with Zion Felix why she reached out to Sarkodie by using Twitter, eShun uttered there is nothing wrong with that.
The singer and composer denied knowing Sarkodie was offended following her tweet.
She argued that a lot of musicians have been able to collaborate with others by using the same medium.
eShun cited how Mr Eazi used Twitter to facilitate the collaboration between him and King Promise.
She also talked about how Twitter aided her to get a feature with Stonebwoy on a yet to be released song.
eShun added that it is normal for musicians to link themselves up by using the micro-blogging and social networking service.
Watch the full interview below: