- Reggie Rockstone's young daughter has snubbed Shatta Wale in a new video
- In the video, Rockstone's daughter refused to say hi to Shatta Wale
- The video comes in the midst of the beef between Shatta Wale and Reggie Rockstone
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One of the daughters of Reggie Rockstone has virtually joined the rapper's social media scuffle with Shatta Wale.
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Reggie Rockstone and Shatta Wale have been involved in a back-and-forth banter on social media which was started by Sarkodie's Sub Zero.
Sarkodie released the Sub Zero song on Monday, April 6, 2020, to much attention on social media.
Coming at a time when the likes of Asem, Ball J, and Shatta Wale had taken shots at Sarkodie, the rapper was generally thought to be replying those people with the new song.
While speaking on Sarkodie's new song, Shatta Wale blasted the rapper for doing a diss in times of COVID-19.
Shatta Wale further blamed Reggie Rockstone for bringing the Hiplife genre and misleading the youth without making any real impact in the country.
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Moments after Shatta Wale's claim that he did not make an impact by bringing the Hiplife genre, Rockstone replied Shatta Wale that he was wrong for what he said.
In a video of his own, Rockstone took time to school Shatta Wale about the Hiplife genre and what he has achieved.
Later, a video of Rockstone's daughter showing her dislike for Shatta Wale has popped up online.
While her father spoke in the video, the young girl came to pass behind and was asked to say hello to "Uncle Shatta Wale."
But she refused to say anything while she threw her hand in the air in a manner akin to snubbing someone.
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Meanwhile, Sarkodie has disclosed his Sub Zero song is not a diss for Asem or any other artistes as earlier thought.
In an interview in TV3 on Wednesday, Sarkodie revealed the song was for Ghanaians to release stress while fighting COVID-19.
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