- Reggie Rockstone has made a 'U-turn' in his beef with the controversial Shatta Wale
- Reggie Rockstone says some 'big men' have advised him to ignore Shatta Wale and his beef
- He said all the people who called him on the phone asked him not to pay attention to Shatta Wale
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Godfather of hiplife in Ghana, Reggie Rockstone, has decided to end his beef with controversial dancehall singer Shatta Wale.
According to Reggie Rock, some influential people have advised him no to pay attention to Shatta Wale because that is what he is noted for.
In an interview on Hitz FM and monitored YEN.com.gh, Reggie Rockstone said he won’t go back and forth with Shatta Wale because it’s not worth it.
He said all the people who called him on the phone about he and the Shatta Wale beef asked him not to pay attention to the Ayoo hitmaker.
“No one is surprised at Shatta Wale’s reaction towards me yesterday. This is not the first time. Everyone who has called my phone has advised me to forget about the issue with him," Reggie Rockstone.
Shatta Wale earlier said that rap music has no future in Ghana and even blamed Reggie for introducing it in our musical landscape.
He further stated that Reggie Rockstone is still living in his father's house at his age.
This was what sparked the whole beef between Reggie Rockstone and Shatta Wale.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that veteran Ghanaian rapper TiC, has advised Reggie Rockson not to allow Shatta Wale to mess around with him because he is a rap legend in Ghana.
In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, TiC said what Shatta Wale said about Reggie Rockstone is like a king who wants to take another king's territory.
He added that Reggie Rockstone was a legend of their time and that he should not allow people like Shatta Wale dent his image.
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