High-life grandfather, Reggie Rockstone, has reacted to a statement by musician Criss Waddle, which criticised him for appearing to support Shatta Wale in his ongoing feud with Waddle.
Criss Waddle told Accra-based Hitz FM that he had lost respect for Rockstone because he wore the ADLDAS hoodie, which Shatta Wale wore in his ‘Bie Gya’ music video, to the 2016 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
The musician said considering his beef with Shatta, Rockstone should not have done that.
“VIP also called us when the situation came; not Reggie Rockstone. He does doesn’t act right… Because as grandpapa of Hiplife, he could have called Shatta and I to settle the issue. He can even call me or Shatta separately and calm the situation. You don’t wear AdLdas to VGMAs.
“I lost respect for Reggie Rockstone because of that thing. Was he taking sides or what was he trying to do? Was he trying to say it was okay Shatta and I were in that situation? On the real, Reggie Rockstone could have been the best person to maintain peace. He could have worn a Criss Waddle footwear and then a Shatta AdLdas hoodie to prove he wanted unity… Why do we even call him the Grandpapa? He doesn’t act right,” Waddle said.
But in a reaction on Twitter, Rockstone disagreed with fans who said Waddle had disrespected him.
According to him, the ‘Ayi’ rapper was merely expressing his opinion, which he had a right to.
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Waddle and Shatta have been at loggerheards since the former accused the latter of stealing his song 'Bie Gya'.