Shatta Wale angrily attacks Sarkodie and his fans in new post

Shatta Wale angrily attacks Sarkodie and his fans in new post

- Shatta Wale has angrily attacked Sarkodie and his fans in a new viral post

- In a new post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale couldn't control himself as he took Sarkodie and his fans to the cleaners.

- According to the controversial singer, the renowned rapper and his fans are all fools and learn how to celebrate another person’s success

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Ghanaian dancehall sensation, Shatta Wale, has angrily attacked Sarkodie and his fans in a new viral post.

In a new post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale couldn't control himself as he took Sarkodie and his fans to the cleaners.

According to the controversial singer, the renowned rapper and his fans are all fools and learn how to celebrate another person’s success.

Shatta Wale angrily attacks Sarkodie and his fans in new post

Shatta Wale angrily attacks Sarkodie and his fans in new post
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Shatta Wale was making reference to reports making news that Sarkodie has collaborated on a song with an artist who is bigger than Jay Z and it will be released soon.

The report came few hours after Shatta Wale announced he has a feature with Vybz Kartel titled “Mansa Musa Money”.

The Ayoo hitmaker believes Sarkodie and his fans want to shadow his dream collaboration with their said news and kill the hype for “Mansa Musa”.

Shatta Wale 's tweet reads: "When I featured on Beyoncé’s song ,I didn’t ask my boys to go around saying I have featured somebody bigger than rihanna .I kept it coded …Sarkodie you and your fans fool too much ..mun Jai gyimie nu and learn how to celebrate ones success."

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Meanwhile, Shatta Wale has been accused of stealing the idea for his latest song Mansa Musa Money which features Jamaican Dancehall star Vybz Kartel.

According to a Nigerian artiste, Danlil, Shatta Wale stole the idea for the song including the title and the cover art from him.

As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale announced on Wednesday, February 26, 2020, that his much-awaited collaboration with Vybz Kartel was ready.

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Moments after Shatta Wale's post, Danlil also took to social media to make the accusations against the Ghanaian superstar.

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