- Rapper Pope Skinny has stated that leaving Shatta Wale's camp has helped him a lot
- He revealed some damning secrets about Shatta Wale and how the Dancehall king treated him
- Pope Skinny also disclosed that he will never work with Shatta Wale again
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Ghanaian rapper Pope Skinny has stated that leaving Shatta Wale's camp has helped him a lot because the later was gradually killing his shine.
He said it was better he moved away from the 'Melissa' hitmaker's camp because most people were associating his hard work to Shatta Wale.
In an interview on Radio Central, Pope Skinny said leaving the Shatta Movement did not have any effect on him at all.
“It was better I moved away from Shatta Wale because he was killing my shine, most people tagged my hard work with the image of Shatta, in which I was offended most of the time,” he said.
He also revealed that since Shatta Wale kicked him out of his camp, he (Shatta Wale) has been begging him for forgiveness
“Although he has tried several times to apologize to me, I’m not ready to work with Shata Wale Again”, Pope Skinny noted.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Pope Skinny has shown that he has got a fat account after buying a new car.
Pope Skinny has shared a new video (from the USA) cruising through town in his newly acquired Mercedes Benz.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the Asuoden Music CEO was seen stepping out of the car.
The rapper was then given hailed by his die-hard fans and he was heard saying "this is America".
Captioning the video, Pope Skinny wrote, “Those Who Have Mock You Shall Become The Announcer Of Your Success."
Pope Skinny’s latest acquisition comes few months after partying ways with his close friend Shatta Wale .
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