Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo, an entertainment analyst, has voiced dissatisfaction in well-known businessman Dr. Kweku Oteng for elevating and then dash[ing] Sonnie Badu’s expectations.
Arnold, who was a key player in Sonnie Badu’s just concluded “Rhythms of Africa” tour, lamented the CEO of Adonko Group of Companies’ lack of sponsorship of the event, given their excellent rapport.
Arnold expressed surprise at the sudden development and added that they got along well enough for Dr. Oteng to invite Sonnie Badu for a “fufu treat,” during which he pledged to help with his “Rhythms of Africa” concert.
They have a relationship and have developed a specific rapport over an extended period of time. They had a meal of fufu and Sonnie even gave him a polite call. It was then that he pledged his support for the occasion. Sonnie even proceeded to share on social media that Dr. Oteng will assist. He did little more than clean the air. “Did he insult him?” he asked during a United Showbiz discussion.
He continued by saying that even if Sonnie Badu has no legal claim to another person’s money, Dr. Kweku Oteng ought to have made an effort to honor his promise.
Although Sonnie Badu’s money hasn’t been retained in Dr. Kweku Oteng’s pocket, there is a notion known as principle. He has to be a reliable person. He went on, “Not everything has to be documented in writing.”
A Plus, one of the panelists, interrupted the conversation to attack Sonnie Badu for taking the fufu, claiming that he considered it as a stand-in for a “sponsorship deal.”
“So, Sonnie Badu went ahead and ate fufu and wants money?” His question was sarcastic.