2020 is indeed a very good year for Shatta Wale. He has been able to firmly establish himself in international territory following his successful collaboration with Beyonce, and his upcoming collaboration with Ed Sheeran.
In a picture which has surfaced on Twitter further proves that he is being warmly welcomed internationally. In the post, Shatta Wale is seen in a photograph with popular artist and actor 50 Cent.
Reactions from various Ghanaians especially Shatta Wale fans and "Sark Natives" are as fascinating as the picture itself. Here are a few:
The Twitter handle that posted the picture went on further to throw some shade which started the trolling. In his tweet he added that "it'll take Sarkodie 50 yrs before he can get a pic with 50 Cent"
Am sure this statement wasn't taken lightly as it ignited back and forth shades being thrown.
This promoted another user to reply with a picture of sarkodie with HipHop veteran Snoop Dog, proving that Sarkodie has some accomplishments up his sleeve.
Some other reactions are below :
Its hilarious but I believe Ghanaians should be more supportive of each other and reduce the constant competition to get ahead more than the other.
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