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Yvonne Okoro traps Sarkodie and Davido over Jollof rice

Actress Yvonne Okoro has thrown an open invitation on social media to Sarkodie and Davido to cook jollof on her cooking show, Dining With.

This is to prove which of the two music icons cooks the best jollof. However, they are yet to openly accept Yvonne Okoro’s invitation.

The jollof cooking request follows an earlier open challenge from Sarkodie to put him and Davido in a kitchen in a bid to end the long jollof ‘war’ between their respective countries.

It all started with a tweet from South African rapper Cassper Nyovest, who hinted that he couldn’t tell which of these two countries’ jollof he loves best.

Don’t know if I love Ghanaian or Nigerian jollof rice more…. what’s your preference?” he asked his followers on Twitter.

Davido replied his tweet by saying, “Looooool na we get the sauce oo”, literally meaning Nigerians cook the best jollof.

Cassper responded to Davido by adding, “Hahaha… Had some lit jollof at Davido’s house actually. Called him the next day like WHA??? @iam_Davido,” he tweeted.

But Sarkodie, who was definitely not amused, replied the tweets by saying, “Forget bro … you had no choice … You need options … hit me up I can even make you the best jollof cook via voice note.

No need for this bro just put me and Davido in the kitchen,” he added.

However, the Nigerian musician ran from kitchen challenge and rather called for a music challenge in the studio.

Forget this one let’s do gbedu Competiton… make studio turn kitchen lmao,” he said in a tweet.

But interestingly, Yvonne Okoro, who is a Ghanaian actress of Nigerian descent, waded into the argument with her open invitation to the two musicians to come on her cooking show to settle their difference.

Helloooo….Come to my kitchen…What do you say???Let’s see who WINS @sarkodie @davidoofficial #diningwithcooks&braggarts,” she said on Instagram and Twitter.

Her tweet attracted a lot of comments, with many followers calling on the two musicians to honour the invitation. But both artistes are yet to respond to Yvonne Okoro’s tweet.

The jollof ‘war’ between Ghanaians and Nigerians has always been an epic fun fight and it doesn’t appear to end anytime soon, even though Sarkodie and Davido are aiming to draw the curtains on it.

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