- Shatta Wale has gone in hard on Stonebwoy after their clash in a new song
- The Ayoo singer released the song and threw jabs at his dancehall colleague
- Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy used to be arch-rivals and may be returning to that place soon
Award-winning dancehall star, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, publicly known as Shatta Wale, dropped a new song which has 'punched' his colleague, Stonebwoy.
In the new song titled Kill and Gone, Shatta Wale spells out a number of things, including his lyrical battle with Stonebwoy.
According to Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy should not have bothered showing up for the SoundClash because he (Shatta Wale) had already been crowned king.
Shatta Wale said the just-ended lyrical clash which was organized by Asaase Radio and dubbed 'Clash to Crush COVID-19, was the burial service for Stonebwoy and that his “most original” tag was just a fluke.
Shatta Wale went on to add that one of Stonebwoy’s boys was greedily picking the cedi notes he sprayed at his boss because he was hungry.
The highlight of the song, however, comes at the part when Shatta Wale said he could not believe his ears when he heard Stonebwoy calling his ‘father’ Samini a sell-out.
Shatta said the SoundClash was a way of exposing Stonebwoy to the rest of the world.
The Ayoo hitmaker has not rested on his laurels after the SoundClash which was held on September 12, 2020.
He has attacked Stonebwoy at the least chance and his latest song, Kill and Gone is yet another jab at the Putuu boss.
Meanwhile, a young man has recounted his love-gone-wrong story in a video that is currently trending on social media because of how touching the story is.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the young man is seen seated outside a house and appears to be taking in the fresh air.
While there, he told the story of one lady, Suzzy, who jilted him after spending all his money and even telling him to the face that she did not love him as he believed.
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