- Stonebwoy and Archipalago have ‘mocked’ Shatta Wale in a latest video that has been sighted on social media
- The two made mockery of the ‘Taking Over’ singer’s thick lips
Embattled Zylofon Media signee, Livingstone Etse Satekla and Archipalago, have cracked ribs on social media as they were seen in a video teasing dancehall act, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, widely known as Shatta Wale.
In the video sighted on Facebook by YEN.com.gh, the ‘People Dey’ singer and celebrity critic, Archipalago, were seen walking on the streets and indicating that they had been a change in allegiance.
Stonebwoy sent a clear message to Shatta Wale that he had managed to get Archipalago to his side even though the latter was known some time back to be a close friend to Shatta Wale.
The ‘Baafira’ singer then made more mockery of his arch-rival as he indicated that some people had 'long mouths'. He went on to say there was a clear distinction between a long mouth and a big one.
His comment generated laughter from all the people who were gathered on the street with them.
A few days ago, Archipalago and Shatta Wale were caught in a crossfire and were seen in a number of videos throwing allegations at each other.
Yesterday, YEN.com.gh reported that it was alleged that Stonebwoy had referred to Shatta Wale as a ‘pig’ in a TV interview.
There has been some sort of renewed enmity between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy in the past few weeks and they have been throwing jabs at each other as a result.
Shatta Wale is reported to have called Stonebwoy a cripple but defended his stance by saying that Stonebwoy also teased him for having a ‘big mouth’.
Prior to this, Stonebwoy claimed in an interview he granted to Joy News that he was lyrically and musically better than Shatta Wale.
To this, Shatta Wale has called out Stonebwoy to engage him in a one-on-one battle to finally decide who is lyrically and musically inclined.
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