- Stonebwoy has allegedly mocked fellow dancehall act, Shatta Wale, in a latest interview
-The musician jokingly made fun of Shatta Wale for being called 'Charles' because it was the nickname for pigs
Multiple award-winning dancehall act and embattled Zylofon Media signee, Livingstone Etse Satekla, has waded into the ongoing controversy between himself and arch-rival, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, better known as Shatta Wale.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghpage.com, the ‘People Dey’ singer, in an interview with Berla Mundi, was breaking down the meaning of his name.
He said that his first name, Livingstone, meant a stone or a rock and it was an indication of his dominance in the music industry.
The musician went on to indicate sarcastically that he would have been offended if he was named, ‘John’ or even, ’Charles’.
When pushed further by the TV show host to explain why he would be offended to be named Charles, Stonebwoy jokingly said, in Ghana, everyone knew that ‘Charles’ was a nickname for pigs.
The show host burst out into hysterical laughter upon hearing the answer from the dancehall act.
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy who are both artistes of entertainment giant, Zylofon Media, have been pitched against each other in the past few weeks and their differences have generated a social media war between the artistes and their fans.
Not too long ago, Shatta Wale is reported to have called Stonebwoy a cripple which generated massive backlash from social media. Shatta Wale, however defended his comments by saying that Stonebwoy also referred to him as a ‘big mouthed' artiste.
Stonebwoy, in an interview, indicated that he was lyrically and musically better than Shatta Wale which generated another ‘clash’ between the two acts.
Shatta Wale, some few days ago, released a new single titled, 'No Mercy for the Cripple'.
Many people have indicated that the ‘Taking Over’ singer was taking a swipe at Stonebwoy.
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