- Dancehall musician Shatta Wale has shared a video of Samini as he was seen dancing to 'Already' song by Beyonce ft. Shatta Wale
- Samini was in the company of fellow dancehall musician Jupita and a top fan of Stonebwoy
- Fans expressed admiration over Shatta Wale, Samini and Stonebwoy's reconciliation
Popular dancehall musician Shatta Wale has surprised fans after posting a video of Samini dancing to the 'Already' song in which he was featured by Beyonce.
In a video that Shatta Wale posted on his Facebook page, Samini, Jupita and other friends were seen having fun.
As they had the fun, Samini who is known to be rival to Shatta Wale, defied all odds and danced to the 'Already' song.
The video has come as a surprise to many because Ghanaians think it will be difficult for Samini to do so in light of his relation with Shatta Wale.
But it seems the peace deal between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy has gone as far as settling the 'beef' with Samini.
Fans, on watching the video, expressed their opinion:
Abena recollected their 'beef' with Highgrade family:
Kwie heaped praise on Shatta Wale for posting the video:
Ernest had this to say:
Joe expressed his loyalty to Shatta Wale:
Joe then went on to shower praise on Shatta Wale:
King claimed the peace is what Ghanaians want:
This is one of the few times that Shatta Wale has shared a video from fellow dancehall musician Samini.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh published a story about Shatta Wale recently after he was seen playing basketball.
In the video that received a lot of attention, the Shatta Movement boss was seen scoring shots on the basketball court.
In a related photo, Shatta Wale was captured jumping to dunk while playing with his friends.
Fans of the 'Gringo' himaker on watching the video applauded him as they called him 'Lebron Wale', relating him to basketball star Lebron James.
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