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Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale was on Starr FM on Thursday evening on the drive appear. Shatta on the show uncovered the day Stonebwoy made him pitiful.

As per him, he called the Bhim Nation manager for an affiliation yet he turned down his offer.

Shatta Wale, who uncovered that he is cool with “Baafira”, portrayed that “the last time I identifies with him was the point at which I needed us to frame this DAWA association with all the dancehall artiste, yet he didn’t turn up on the grounds that he was similar to he doesn’t care for the thought.

I felt terrible a bit, however I let him know it was for our own great on the grounds that we need to tell the business this is the manner by which dancehall artistes are.”

He later named Samini, Stonebwoy and Jupita as his main three dancehall artistes in the nation.

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Shatta Wale replies Stonebwoy, calls him a cripple



Stonebwoy Said About Shatta Wale

Ghanaian Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has descended heavily on fellow Dancehall act, Stonebwoy after the latter claimed he is a better lyricist than him.

The two acts, over the weeks, have been throwing jabs at each other ever since the Bulldog-Zylofon-Stonebwoy brouhaha happened at Paloma Hotel in Accra.

Speaking to Multimedia’s MzGee on Sunday, Stonebwoy argued that he was lyrically and musically better than Shatta Wale who has been throwing jabs at him in recent times.

“Shatta Wale can never murder me. He is never lyrically good like me and he knows it. Shatta Wale is never musically and lyrically better than I am. I murdered him in 2010 at Labadi (beach). Lyrically, I’m the baddest in Africa.”

However, it seems Shatta Wale didn’t take Stonebwoy’s words lightly as he has riposted through his Facebook account insisting that Stonebwoy is never humble and neither does he pity himself.

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