-Shatta Wale has commended Ball J for releasing a song to diss Sarkodie
- Shatta Wale's commendation for Ball J is because he himself is seriously beefing with Sarkodie
- Shatta Wale in a tweet said after listening to Ball J's 'Lullaby' song he has been motivated to some items to all "foolish" fans and their artiste
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Dancehall King Shatta Wale has commended renowned music producer and rapper, Ball J for releasing a song to deal with rapper Sarkodie.
A few days ago, in the heat of the Shatta Wale, Sarkodie beef, Ball J released his 'Lullaby' song which was a diss song directed at Sarkodie.
After listening to the song, Shatta Wale commended Ball J saying he has been motivated to donate some items to all "foolish" fans and their "artiste."
Shatta Wale is said to be referring to Sarkodie's fans when he said "foolish" fans.
In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh Shatta Wale said hunger and poverty are making Sarkodie's spew a lot of nonsense on social media
"After this @balljbeat song am donating 2 goat ,2 bags of rice and oil to all foolish fans on here and their artiste ..Hunger deh Mek most of you deh talk nyaaa ..poverty is disease ampa," Shatta Wale posted on Twitter.
The Shatta Wale and Sarkodie rekindled their long-standing beef after the latter released a diss song titled 'Sub Zero' targeted at Shatta Wale.
Shatta Wale in response said he was disappointed that Sarkodie will release a diss song in era of the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian comic actor, Mmebusem, popularly known as Ghana Jesus has teamed up with Shatta Wale to jab Sarkodie and his fans.
According to the comedian, anytime Shatta Wale releases a diss song, Sark fans come out to bash him but hail Sarkodie anytime he drops a diss song.
In a Twitter post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Mmebusem said the hypocrisy on the part of Sarkodie and his fans was too much.
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