- Patapaa has criticised Sarkodie for saying Shatta Wale wears inferior necklaces (“alumi blinks”)
- Patapaa believes Sarkodie erred in saying that because Shatta Wale is an “expensive” musician
- Patapaa said Sarkodie should have insulted him rather because he wears “silver chains”
Patapaa Amisty has waded into the Sarkodie-Shatta Wale controvers,y which rocked the music industry and social media last week.
Sarkodie had released a ‘diss’ song to Shatta Wale titled ‘Advice’, in which he attacked Wale with name callings.
One of the names which stood out was “alumi blinks”, two words Sarkodie used to describe Shatta Wale necklace as inferior.
In the song, Sarkodie also called Shatta Wale a fool, and cautioned him to be careful because his relevance in the music industry would soon pass.
The song was greeted with much enthusiasm by some Ghanaians celebrities and social media users.
However, Patapaa believes Sakordie’s use of “Alumi blinks” on Shatta Wale was uncalled for.
He has thus rebuked Sarkodie for that choice of words, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Zionfelix.net.
According to Patapaa, Shatta Wale’s necklaces are all gold, therefore, Sarkodie erred in making that statement.
He added that Shatta Wale is an “expensive” musician, and words such as “Alumi blinks” would only affect his personality.
Patapaa said he believes the said statement really hurt Shatta Wale to the extent that he was willing to offer one of the chains to a Sarkodie fan to check if it was gold or ‘alumni.
The ‘One Corner’ hitmaker revealed further that the words “alumi blinks” were used on him he would accept it because is wears “silver chains”.
Patapeezy further advocated peace and respect among people in the industry.
He has been in the news recently for saying he would want to date Afia Schwarzenegger.
In another news, Patapaa paused during his performance at the Ghana Music Awards UK to pick up some money being showered on him.
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