Shatta Wale stole Paah Paah Paah signature from me - Patapaa tells story in new video

Shatta Wale stole Paah Paah Paah signature from me - Patapaa tells story in new video

Rapper Patapaa has seemingly picked a fight with dancehall sensation Shatta Wale.

Patappa has exposed Shatta Wale as he has revealed how the latter got the Paah Paah signature in a new video which has been sighted by YEN.com.gh.

Shatta Wale’s new term has been of interest to some music lovers, amid claims he copied it from his first rival in the music industry, Samini, because he used the term in one of his previous songs.

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But the Swedru-based rapper believed that Shatta Wale stole the Paah Paah signature from his stage name.

The One Corner crooner in an interview with Abeiku Santana on Acrra-based Okay FM, disclosed that Shatta Wale once said he takes inspirations from his songs that even made him produce his “Freedom” song.

It’s true, Shatta Wale himself has said it over the years that i’m one guy that motivated him to also try some new stuffs. He came out during my One Corner days to say he took inspiration from me to also do his Freedom song.

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He further stressed that Shatta Wale loved him that is why he took the last three letters of his name ‘paa’ and added ‘h’ and that was how he was able to get his “Paah Paah paah” term.

YEN.com.gh previously reported how Patapaa waded into the Sarkodie-Shatta Wale controversy which rocked the music industry and social media.

Patapaa believes Sakordie’s use of “Alumi blinks” on Shatta Wale was uncalled for.

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He thus rebuked Sarkodie for that choice of words.

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