Few weeks ago, the newly signed artist of LaceUp records in the person of Joint 77 had to encounter and deal with a short misunderstanding with his close counterpart and former Shatta Movement mate Natty Lee Gh.
This very issue came after the management of Natty Lee Gh requested that the producers of their most anticipated Martin Amidu song take off their artist’s verse and voice from the new hit track for reasons best known to them.
As to how the issue ended fans are yet to know but from the visuals flooding several social media platforms currently, it looks like the misunderstanding has been resolved as the two have been seen on set shooting the most anticipated video for the song already.
During the month of December 2020, it came loud that the affable actress Gloria Sarfo had hit an instagram live session with Natty in effort to solve the dispute and with all evidences it is clear the issue has been resolved.
From all indications with regards to the great vibes the two mates showed on and off set, there is no doubt that the video will be a great one.
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