- Don Little has 'attacked' Shatta Wale amid his fight with Sarkodie and Reggie Rockstone
- The diminutive actor has expressed his worry over Shatta Wale's decision to change his slogan
- He made this known in a video he released on Instagram
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Ghanaian actor, Don Litte, has decided to take on some Ghanaian musicians regarding the slogans they chant while performing their songs.
The diminutive actor is not happy with Shatta Wale after replacing SM4lyf slogan with Paah Paah.
In a video sighted on Don Little's Instagram handle, he expressed his worry over Shatta Wale's decision to replace his first slogan.
According to Don Little, terms from Stonebwoy and Sarkodie, are nice and others like Shatta Wale’s “Paah paah paah“ aren’t.
“Ghanaian musicians if you don’t have terms, go and look for terms. Some terms are nice, for example, “What Else”, “Bhim Nation” “SM4Lyf” but I don’t know what happened to our brother and he’s stopped using SM4Lyf and went for “Pah pah pah pah”, a term out of madness like this, no lie.” he said in Twi.
Don Little added that terms like KiDi’s “Oh Lord have mercy” are nice but he can’t say the same for Kwesi Arthur.
Watch the video below:
He then stressed that musicians should stopping asking fans “osi den?” whenever they are performing.
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale is currently in a war of words with Sarkodie and Reggie Rockstone.
The Ayoo hitmaker has blasted Sarkodie for releasing a diss song when the country is battling with COVID-19.
Satta Wale then blamed Reggie Rockstone for introducing rap music in Ghana stressing it is one of the reasons why Sarkodie has been misbehaving.
But Reggie Rockstone replied Shatta Wale by taking him to the cleaners.
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