- Shatta Wale has been under ‘attack’ because of his mouth
- Ghanaians and some musicians have described his mouth as “too big”
- But Shatta Wale has said the truth about his haters is that they envy his mouth.
In 2017, dancehall king of Ghana, Shatta Wale, and one of his music rivals, Yaa Pono, staged a “diss competition” between them.
Shatta Wale accordingly released a hit song “Say Fi” to mock Yaa Pono.
In the song, he called Yaa Pono a “mistake” because his father defiled his mother to have him.
Wale also said that Yaa Pono cannot make any hit song after his long presence in the music industry.
Yaa Pono responded to Shatta Wale “Fi” with “Gbee naabu” translated directly as “Dog Mouth”.
In the song, Yaa Pono sings of how Shatta Wale’s mouth is so large that it looks just like the mouth of a bulldog.
Since Yaa Pono’s release, many of Shatta Wale “haters” have resorted to calling him ‘Gbee Naabu’, and Shatta Wale has stated on many occasions that he does not want to be called that.
But in a latest video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale has said that all those saying his mouth is big are simply envious of him.
According to him, the way he uses his lips “romantically”, and to make money from his music is what is making his “fans” envious of his lips.
He thus directed all those who want his lips to speak to God for a replacement for them, adding that he could give them God’s postal address so they ask him to change their lips for them.
He said: “If you envy my lips, tell me. If you want my lips tell me; ask God to change for you, I can even give you his post office number so you ask for my lips”.
Meanwhile, fans of Shatta Wale have jabbed Yaa Pono for not being able to grab a single award in his entire music life.
According to the fans, even Patapaa has won an award in just a year, while Yaa Pono, even after his “Gbee Naabu” has still not picked up an award.
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