Dancehall King, Shatta Wale has been in the news recently for several controversies. The artist over the past week was on Baba Sadik, CEO of the 3Music award's neck claiming to have given the latter an amount of GHC100,000 for 3Music awards.
It doesn't look like Shatta Wale is stopping anytime soon with the controversies.
The artist whose career thrives on controversies shared a post on Twitter taking a swipe at Sarkodie and Stonebwoy's fan base questioning why they wouldn't support their favorite artists but rather come After him.
Shatta Wale and Sarkodie, once best friends turned against each other after Shatta kept ranting on social media calling Sarkodie a broke and stingy person, the cause if this beef nitizens later came to realise was because Sarkodie turned down a video shoot with Shatta Wale to shoot a music video with a Nigerian artist. The two later squashed the beef between them a gesture their fans were very happy about.
Knowing Shatta Wale very well, it wouldn't be a surprise that he has broken the peace between him and Stonebwoy/ Sarkodie once again.
See his post below:
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