- Rapper, Sarkodie, is celebrating his birthday today, 10 July
- The rapper received a surprise birthday message from Shatta Wale
- The two talked and joked when they 'reunited' on Hitz FM
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Award-winning rapper, Sarkodie, born Michael Owusu Addo, has received a surprise birthday message from fellow musician, Shatta Wale.
The Ofeetso hitmaker turned a year older today, 10 July, and is in a celebratory mood.
As part of his birthday activities, the Ghanaian rapper and entrepreneur got a call from Andy Dosty on his Daybreak Hitz show on Hitz FM.
After Andy Dosty said his wishes to Sarkodie and congratulated him on his new age the two started talking about Sarkodie's plans amid COVID-19.
Not long into their conversation, Andy Dosty brought Shatta Wale online to join their conversation.
Shatta Wale, who was in a very jovial mood, could be heard describing Sarkodie as his boss and asking if he should bring the car after washing it.
Sarkodie replied that he should bring the car and also bring his gift even though he was not going to allow him to enter his house because of social distancing.
"You can come home but you will not enter because of the virus. So you throw whatever you brought over the gate and text me," Sarkodie joked.
Shatta Wale, who accepted Sarkodie's proposition, shouted happy birthday before discounting the notion that he and Sarkodie were at loggerheads.
"Me and Sarkodie, we are actors oo! He is my brother and everything. This is how we talk everyday oo. Today I dey full Sark, my snap everywhere."
Shatta Wale's celebration of Sarkodie will come as a surprise to many as the two have not been getting along for close to two years.
Although they were very goods, their relationship turned sour in 2018 when Sarkodie released a new 'diss' song called Advice for Shatta Wale after a series of jabs from the latter.
Shatta Wale refused to reply with a song but rather bought a Mercedes Benz and customised the number plate with "ADVICE 1-18" to tease Sarkodie.
The two have not had any public interactions since but have been throwing jabs at each other.
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