Shatta Wale has been “beefing” with Tema-based rapper, Sarkodie after the latter released a diss song against him.
The dancehall act doesn’t look like he is in the mood to back down any moment soon as he has given some reasons why he thinks his colleague musician is “faking” himself to Ghanaians.
According to Shatta, Sarkodie and some Ghanaian artistes are misleading the youth because they are not showing off what they’ve gained from doing music to motivate them.
He lambasted Sarkodie for giving Nigerian artistes special treatments compared to Ghanaian musicians, adding that Sarkodie settles for less cash outside [Ghana] for shows but turns down similar offers when approached by companies and individuals in Ghana.
“Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Samini all the A-list artistes are misleading Ghanaians with their music and the way they relate with their fans. Sarkodie means when you are an artiste and you have a car you don’t take picture with it. He is a rapper and acting like a doctor. He goes to shows outside and take 3000, 4000 dollars but in Ghana he wants to asks for more,” he said.
Shatta continued that, “When he meets Nigerian acts, he treats them differently. He feels he can use his mind in Ghana. When he dropped his diss song, I wanted to let him understand that I am a very dirty guy. I don’t watch parents. I can go all out. If he says money no be problem then he should advice himself. I don’t brag. You can’t advise me when you are driving peoples’ cars. Always, you don’t have a number plate. I write my name on my car so people know its mine…”