- Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy have been at loggerheads for sometime now
- The two are fighting over the title 'Dancehall king'
- But Shatta has been captured jamming to Stonebwoy’s ‘Migraine’ song in a new video
YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of controversial dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, in which he is captured dancing to one of Stonebwoy’s songs.
Shatta is seen driving while playing Stonebwoy’s ‘Migraine’ in the video, as he sings along.
But his action has attracted massive comments from fans.
While some are wondering why Shatta Wale would sing and dance to a song by his arch rival Stonebwoy, others are claiming Shatta is listening to the song to learn from Stonebwoy, who has claimed to be lyrically better than him.
Still, others are saying Shatta Wale wants to learn the lyrics of the song in order to “come back with better lyrically content to diss Stonebwoy.”
Some also say Shatta is simply a hypocrite, while others are commenting that he is a real guy.
Here are some of the comments:
kasanoma_gh: “I guess he's learning the lyrics of Stonebwoy's #Migraine so he can come out with better lyrics n punches next time.. Lol..”
kobby_dice: “He should come for classes.”
van_darko: “@vycklinstone do you know the word called HYPOCRISY?? That word defines what Shatta is doing atm..Happy Easter mate.”
kasanoma_gh: “Please ignore dat guy.. Pain dey kill am.”
vycklinstone: “Lol africans don't like the truth ... Stonebwoy brag too much. Arrogant. Can't even discuss with you.”
In ‘Migraine’, Stonebwoy sings of how he is in the news everyday because he is a star.
He also sings that he cannot take painkillers for another man’s migraine.
The two dancehall musicians, together with their fans have attacked each other over their battle for the king of dancehall of Ghana.
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