Tracy Sarkcess, wife of rapper Sarkodie, has made a solid fashion statement, that has aroused dissenting viewpoints of various netizens.
The wife of Sarkodie, Tracy Sarkcess, has given Ghanaians something to conversate about, as she makes a public appearance, with a newly territorial fashion sense, wearing a transparent black apparel with black trousers, and a pair of sneakers.
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Tracy Sarkcess, who barely announces her presence due to her known character of having a reclusive lifestyle, despite the famous reputation her husband has attained over the years in the rap game, has decided to spice things up a notch, by wearing a catchy, yet wildly unexpected collection of clothes.
Tracy Sarkcess, as she is lovingly called, showed up at the Global Citizen Festival show, to clearly give her significant other, Sarkodie, emotional morale and support, seeing as he was one of the performers of the night, in a rather transparent dress, with a fancy pair of sneakers.
In spite of the fact that she looked marvelous with an irresistible smile to complement her overall groove, netizens have pointed out her outfit for conversation, obviously calling attention to her, suggesting that her sense of style needs improvement.
The consistent string tying every one of the remarks spread across social media is that her blend was unappealing, and could use a beautician to place her in the right edge before she ventures out for public events or gatherings.
The Global Poverty Project has been spearheading the annually held event, called the Global Citizen Festival since the year 2012.
Hugh Evans and Ryan Gall established it. Ryan Gall, a co-founder of the initiative, postulates that his drive to replace corporate marking with altruistic marking came from his involvement with Austin City Limits, where he saw the stage’s logo design.
Chris Martin, the lead vocalist for Coldplay, was named the festival’s curator for the subsequent 15 years in 2015, according to the coordinators.