Ghanaian Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has made an interesting revelation about his relationship with rapper Sarkodie.
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Since Sarkodie called the ‘Melissa’ hitmaker to order in his ‘Advice’ hit song in 2018, the relationship between the two hit the rocks.
But in an interview on Starr FM, the Shatta Movement boss confessed that though they are yet to settle their differences, he still wants to do business with Sarkodie.
“I still want to do business with him. Because I'm still talking to promoters about him... I don’t mention artiste or A-list artistes and get his name out. I make sure I put him there for people to see I am business-minded,” the ‘Mahama Paper’ hitmaker stated.
Shatta Wale also indicated that he did not attend Sarkodie’s ‘This Is Tema’ concert because ‘Saara’ hitmaker did not personally invite him.
“I wasn’t invited and I was shooting my videos. If he had called me personally to tell me Shatta I couldn’t come to your show because you didn’t personally invite me and had gone ahead to invite me, I would have been there perfectly and you know we would’ve had a party,” he said.
On the other hand, Shatta Wale also refused to personally invite Sarkodie during his ‘Reign’ concert.
In 2018, Shatta Wale started making derogatory statements Sarkodie’s brand. This started a turf war between the two resulting in Sarkodie releasing his ‘Advice’ diss song.
The two award-winning musicians have since not been on good terms.
Shatta Wale constantly engages his Shatta Movement fans on social media, encouraging them to 'grind' hard in order to liberate themselves financially. Shatta Wale is also known to constantly give back to his fans as a way of appreciating them.
Since the launch of the ‘Reign’ album in 2018 with its symbols, several branded accessories have popped up for the Shatta Movement fans. The latest addition to these branded items is the cloth with the ‘Reign’ logo in it.
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