Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale looks set to reignite his long-standing ‘beef’ with Samini after claiming his rival cannot even afford 'koko' [porridge].
Samini and Shatta Wale have not been on good terms for a very long time now, with both artistes engaging in numerous exchanges.
However, earlier this year both men appeared to have smoked the peace pipe after shaking hands on stage.
The bad blood between the pair, though, is set to be reignited following some comments made by Shatta Wale.
The ‘taking over’ hit maker has been in the news of late, having engaged Nigerian act Wizkid in a social media war.
Her subsequently invited Samini via a Twitter tag, in hope that the ‘my own’ singer will team up with him against Wizkid.
However, Samini failed to oblige – a move that got Shatta Wale very angry.
The SM leader therefore decided to pay Samini back by taking to Twitter to claim that he (samini) does not even have money to buy koko despite being in the music industry sir such a long time.
Shatta Wale tweeted (unedited): “GM ppl...i hope by now all those supastar fans hv eaten and listened to the song i sent ...Ibe so @samini_dagaati fans argue with me sm years back but now whr is their supa..Moni for koko be prblm 4 their supa.we kno all @wizkidayo tell ur fans to stop dissing Ghana.”
But the beef had just started and Samini equally hit back with his own tweet, insisting Shatta Wale is just a bluff whining about some “small coins” he has gotten.
Samini wrote (unedited): “So you actually have guts to tweet this forgetting you were hungry just some 4 years ago. Small coins got you excited.Comeback and talk to me when your money gets to just a decade old my Gee.we've been collecting since 0'2 and never left the scene since "Linda" bro.#akye wai.”
The beef between these two men has sometimes gotten to the extreme, however, it remains to be seen how far this one will go.
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