I live in my dad's house & also sells waakye - Reggie Rockstone laughs at Shatta Wale in new video

I live in my dad's house & also sells waakye - Reggie Rockstone laughs at Shatta Wale in new video

- Reggie Rockstone has laughed at Shatta Wale for the second time

- The veteran rapper has confirmed living in his father's house and also selling waakye

- Reggie Rockstone made this known in a video he shared on social media

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Godfather of Ghana's hiplife, Reggie Rockstone, has once again shown his maturity in replying Shatta Wale.

Last week, Shatta Wale dominated the headlines when he took Reggie Rockstone to the cleaners.

Shatta Wale in ranting quizzed why Reggie Rockstone is still staying in his father’s house, whilst he (Shatta Wale) has bought so many houses.

Reggie Rockstone says he stays in his dad's house and sells waakye

Reggie Rockstone says he stays in his dad's house and sells waakye
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The Ayoo hitmaker claimed that Reggie Rockstone has been selling waakye with all the accolades he has achieved.

Well, Reggie Rockstone has replied Shatta Wale via a self-made video.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Reggie Rockstone admitted that it is true he is leaving in his dad's house and he is happy to inherit a huge property from his late dad.

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He also confirmed selling waakye adding that the local meal is a well-known food and he is happy to venture into that business.

Reggie Rockstone then promised to take his waakye business to other countries.

Watch the video below:

YEN.com.gh previously reported a story about Reggie Rockstone blasting Shatta Wale when the latter first attacked him.

According to Reggie Rockstone, he has really made an impact in Ghana's music industry and Shatta Wale is one of the people who followed his footsteps.

Reggie Rockstone mentioned that through rap music he won international awards and also secured international collaborations.

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