Popular Ghanaian dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has jabbed rapper Sarkodie concerning the recent exit of rapper Strongman from Sarkcess Music label.
Shatta Wale has jumped into the brouhaha surrounding Strongman's exit from Sarkcess Music and has trolled Sarkodie.
According to the 'My Level' hitmaker, Sarkodie is broke that is why he could not invest into the career of Strongman.
The controversial dancehall artiste in a tweet, trolled Sarkodie following the recent announcement that Strongman was no more with Sarkcess music.
In the tweet, Shatta Wale noted that it requires money to push an artiste thus when money is available, one will not worry when supporting an artiste.
Even though Shatta Wale did not mention Sarkodie's name in the tweet, it is clear that he was jabbing Sarkodie since he was the one accused recently of not being able to manage Strongman.
According to Shatta Wale, an artiste should have money before trying to manage other artistes since the money is what he or she will use to invest in the artiste.
He further revealed that if an artiste is not able to manage another artiste, it means he or she is broke.
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In the reply section, many Twitter users suspecting that Shatta Wale was jabbing Sarkodie slammed the dancehall artiste.
Many Twitter users jumped to the defense of Sarkodie as they claimed that it is not easy managing another artiste.
This is not the first time Shatta Wale is jabbing Sarkodie over something the former is not happy about.
Recently, Shatta Wale slammed Sarkodie after claiming that the rapper copied his style of soliciting for votes towards the upcoming VGMA.
In the video, Shatta Wale alleged that some artistes did not start soliciting for votes but when he started, they began to copy him.
Shatta Wale is often known for jabbing fellow artistes as he is considered as one of the most controversial artistes in Ghana.
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