We shall see - Sarkodie warns Wale openly after he charged GHc 1.4m to be at rapperholic

We shall see - Sarkodie warns Wale openly after he charged GHc 1.4m to be at rapperholic

- Sarkodie has issued a subtle warning to his industry colleague, Shatta Wale

- In a post on his verified Twitter handle, Shatta Wale congratulated Sark on his rapperholic concert and asked if the rapper missed him

- In reply, Sark revealed that Shatta had charged him $250k to perform at the concert

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Renowned Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie, has bashed his industry colleague, Shatta Wale on his verified Twitter handle.

Sarkodie, as readers would recall, just finished his rapperholic concert whose advertisement had gone viral for its high and exorbitant prices.

Just after the concert, Shatta Wale put up a congratulatory post on Twitter for Sarkodie, and jokingly asking whether he was missed by the rapper.

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Sarkodie then came up to reveal that Shatta Wale was contacted to see whether he could come to perform at the rapperholic concert but his reply was unbelievable.

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According to Sark, Shatta asked to be paid $250,000 which is over GHc 1 million, in fact, GHc 1,467,215 when the current cedi: dollar rate is used.

At this point, the popular rapper issued a slight warning with the words, "We shall see", as his team appears to have clearly been unable to afford the amount for Shatta Wale.

We shall see - Sarkodie warns Wale openly after he charged 250k to be at rapperholic

We shall see - Sarkodie warns Wale openly after he charged 250k to be at rapperholic Source: Instagram, @shattawalenima, @sarkodie
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Meanwhile, the Ghana Tourism Authority has reportedly banned the latest Ghanaian movie by Kobi Rana titled Freedom and Justice from premiering in any movie theatre in the country.

In an official statement from the movie producers sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Instagram handle of Kafui Danku, it is indicated that the movie had already sold 2,154 tickets.

It was also stated that the venues for the premiers were served a notice from the Ghana Tourism Authority to stop showing the movie, with no information to the movie producers themselves.

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