Ever since the new dancehall sensation Skeleton Wan dropped his maiden EP and Video and had a convo with Pulse Ghana and MzGee on TV3 New Day, which he stated that apart from Shatta Wale, Stobebwoy and Samini there isn’t any other dancehall artiste that can compete with him, there seems to be some sort of tension in Larruso’s camp and he recently spewed out some indirect tantrums on facebook which many believe it is a reply to Skeleton Wan.
According to the “Killy Killy” hit maker, he believes that some people are sort of assisting Skeleton Wan to overthrow him as the youngest dancehall artiste in charge now but he believes that no one can eliminate him from the top spot.
Checkout what Larruso wrote online:
Skeleton Wan recently made headlines after a Grammy Award Producer (Drea Young) danced to one of his songs on his recently released EP.
Is Larruso and Skeleton Wan about to start a new beef after Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy smashed their own?
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