Ayisha Modi Talks About Solving Her Issues With Sarkodie & Black Sidi

Stonebwoy’s popular ardent fan, Ayisha Modi has noted that she will not wait for revered music producer Nana Asa popularly known as Agiecoat to die before she will celebrate him. She said such a good man who in his rainy days was there for almost every industry player in Ghana needs to be celebrated while he is alive.

“I met Agiecoat when I was 13 years old and he took care of me like I was his own daughter. Back then, he used to send me to Tamale to sell cassettes and CDs. I will not wait for him to die before I celebrate him. I ate at Heavy Do chop bar in his name. Agiecoat was a great person and it hurts me that his current situation was not encouraging so I told Stonebwoy that we should contribute money and get a car for him” she revealed.

This is because most of the time when I call him and he tells me he is in a commercial bus, I get worried and sad. I realized sorrow is killing the man slowly. I don’t have to wait for him to die before we go writing good things about him or donate big money. I called some ten people he helped, so we could do something for him but the response wasn’t good for me enough. So I spoke to Stonebwoy and we agreed to buy him a car” Ayisha told Sammy Flex in an interview on Showbiz Agenda on Zylofon 102.1 FM.

According to her, Stonebwoy contributed 9,000 dollars and she added 7,000 dollars to it for them to get the car for Agiecoat. She added: “Stonebwoy’s Livingstone Foundation will be giving Agiecoat an amount of money every month. Already, we have given him some stuffs that we didn’t make public. We only decided to make the car gift public just to get him excited”.

Touching on her recent attacks on rapper Sarkodie, she disclosed she is very cool with him.

“I don’t have any problems with Sarkodie anymore. It was somethng I needed to address becase I am not the type that keeps things in me. When I address it, I have no issues with you again. So we are very good. I don’t have any problem with anyone in the industry. Black Cedi and I are like family too. We may have some misunderstanding but it doesn’t really make us enemies. We are very cool” Ayisha Modi said.

Story by: Reagan O.O.Osarfo (Nana Reagan)