Gospel musician Sonnie Badu has waded into the back and forth between Sarkodie and Shatta Wale and praised the former's song, "Advice".
UK-based Ghanaian gospel singer and songwriter Sonnie Badu on Wednesday afternoon tweeted his admiration for the new Sarkodie "diss track" aimed at Shatta Wale.
The singer tweeted what could only mean his liking for the song with: "King Sarrrrrrrkkkkkkkkkk dope .."
The "Baba" singer took hours to interact with followers who had a thing to say about his tweets.
Badu also hinted it is Shatta Wale who should be grateful for the publicity Sarkodie's song will be giving him. He tweeted: "Oh bros .. even shatta happy .. trust me .. you go tell me say I talk .."
In a new "diss song" titled “Advice”, Sarkodie doled out loads of insults to Shatta Wale, cautioning the dancehall artiste to be wary of him.
Shatta Wale in an apparent response to Sarkodie says that he (Shatta) has no use for Sarkodie's Advice. This was after Sarkodie on Wednesday released a song and video that was in response to attacks thrown at him by Shatta.
In the video Shatta Wale posted, the "Ayoo" hitmaker intentionally played a song that held a line which can be construed as a response to Sarkodie.
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