Popular Ghanaian rapper Yaa Pono known in real life as Solomon Adu Antwi has claimed that Shatta fans are also his fans.
Yaa Pono while performing on stage told patrons that fans of dancehall artiste Shatta Wale are his fans.
The rapper made the claim while performing at the just ended VGMA nominee jam held at Kumasi.
While performing, Yaa Pono tried to talk to the fans about his life and the issues in the music industry.
In addition, Yaa Pono referred to himself as a street boy as he told the fans to regard him as one of them.
He told fans that even though many of them see musicians as celebrities, most of them are the same guys on the street.
Yaa Pono's claim has come as a surprise to many since Yaa Pono and Shatta Wale are known to be at logger heads.
However, YEN.com.gh cannot tell the reason why Yaa Pono will make such claim knowing his relationship with Shatta Wale.
Yaa Pono and Shatta Wale have been at loggerheads in the music industry for sometimes now with both artistes often jabbing one another.
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In 2017, the two artistes began a brawl after Shatta Wale was said to have performed at a concert before Yaa Pono performed even though it was supposed to be the other way round.
After both artistes had some social media confrontations, Shatta Wale released a song titled 'Say Fi' to slam Yaa Pono.
Getting furious about the slam, Yaa Pono also released a song titled 'Gbee Naabu' to reply and slam Shatta Wale.
In 2018, Yaa Pono released another single featuring Stonebwoy titled 'Obiaa Wo Ne Master' after Shatta Wale was allegedly beaten in London.
With the developments concerning their brawl which they have not solved, it is surprising that Yaa Pono will make such claim.
Many music lovers on hearing the story were of the view that Yaa Pono was trying to get the attention of Shatta Wale and his fans.
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