You can't beat an Ashaiman boy - MOGBeatz responds to Shatta Wale's threat

You can't beat an Ashaiman boy - MOGBeatz responds to Shatta Wale's threat

- Producer MOGBeatz has responded to threats by Shatta Wale to physically harm him

- The threat was made after the producer accused Wale of not paying for production work

- Wale was recently in the news for attacking a road contractor and his team

- He later apologised for his actions.

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MOGBeatz has responded to threats by Shatta Wale to harm him for allegations of non-payment for production services.

In early 2021, the music producer accused Shatta Wale of not paying for his contributions to his 2018 Reign album.

The accusation led to an exchange of words between the two online, and a threat of physical harm from the dancehall musician.

MOGBeatz responds to Shatta Wale's threat; you can't beat an Ashaiman boy
MOGBeatz responds to Shatta Wale's threat; you can't beat an Ashaiman boy. Photo source: user-generated
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In a new video posted, MOGBeatz is seen scoffing at the idea that he will be attacked, adding it is impossible because of where he grew up.

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"He no go fit beat Ashaiman boy. We sef we be shatta for Ashaiman. Nothing go happen," MOG Beatz said in a new interview with PulseGhana.

He added that Shatta Wale's crew coming at him won't make any difference either.

Watch the video below.

Meanwhile, on June 1, 2021, YEN.com.gh reported that Shatta Wale had apologised following a recent altercation between his team and a group of road constructors.

In other news, Shatta Wale's recently held State of the Industry address feels like it is intended to drum up publicity for upcoming projects, a Ghanaian blogger, Kris Sowah, popularly known as Cypress has said.

On Wednesday, June 2, 2021, the Taking Over hitmaker spoke to the nation where he addressed issues including his travel to the United States, break from social media, and a teaser about featuring a multiple Grammy-nominated artiste on an upcoming song of his.

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Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Kris Sowah, a blogger and founder of Cypress MultiMedia stated the address came across as an initiative to get his fans excited about his upcoming projects.

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