YEN.com.gh has come across a picture of a young man standing beside a motorbike with “Alumi” as the number plate.
In the photo, the young man, wearing a cap, is seen fixated on his phone as he stands by the small (gas and go) motorbike with the funny plate.
It is not known whether the plate is a real one or one 'manufactured' by social media users to mock Shatta Wale.
The Dancehall kingpin on Wednesday, October 17, got himself a new Mercedes Benz car to celebrate his birthday.
Interestingly, Shatta Wale customized his number plate “ADVICE-1-18” and posted photos of the new car on social media with the caption “Advice well taken… Mercedes Benz no Dey talk .”
This has been described by many as a masterstroke mockery of Sarkodie's diss track against Shatta Wale which was titled “My Advice”.
Shatta Wale had been attacking Sarkodie in many radio interviews in Accra and Kumasi as he went on a media tour to promote his upcoming ‘The Reign’ album.
While Sarkodie has been relatively quiet about the disses from Shatta Wale, it seems to have finally got him and he decided to respond.
And he did so in grand style as he released the 'My Advice' track which could be described as one of his best songs ever.
Doling out loads of insults to Shatta Wale, Sarkodie warned the dancehall artiste to be wary of him.
Sarkodie who called Shatta Wale names said though he (Shatta) boasts of riches, he was actually poor and that nobody cared about his chicken change property.
He even described Shatta Wale as someone who wears 'Alumi blings' (fake necklaces) and claim that they re pure gold.
This part of the song really got to Shatta Wale who had to respond during his 'The Reign' album launch by daring any Sarkodie fn in the house to come and feel his necklace for themselves.
With this background, there have been conclusions that the 'Alumi' registered motorbike is to counter Shatta Wale's 'Advice' Benz.
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