Even though Shatta Wale is not cool with Burna Boy due to the social media brawl that went on between them after the African Dancehall King blasted Nigerian for not reciprocating the love Ghanaians show them and their artists.
This happen last year when Shatta Wale was performing at the Accra Sports Stadium. Burna Boy hearing this took it personally upon himself which caused a social media brawl between himself and Shatta Wale.
Despite all this shatta Wale in his snap chat story today, showers praise on Burna Boy and wished him nothing but success.
According to Shatta Wale even though Burna Boy is supposed to be his friend but is no more his friend is shaking the world and putting African Music on the map and despite them not being on a talking terms is so happy to see him succeed.
Shatta Wale Wrote: “Laad Gad my friend who was to be and no more my friend is killing the world. Even tho we don't talk, am so happy to see him succeed!! Shouts to Burna you burning”
This is all love and what we love to see as Africans, this comment made by the African Dancehall King has gathered a lot of comments
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