According to the afro-dancehall artiste, Kaakie, Shatta Wale rained "disses" on her in a ploy to gain media attention and eyeballs of the country.
The dancehall songstress, born Grace Kaki Awo Ocansey, made this accusation on Okay FM, an Accra-based radio station, during an interview with Abeiku Santana.
In 2013, Shatta Wale lost the call for the "Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year" award at the Vodafone Ghana Music Award to Kaakie. The self-acclaimed "dancehall king" did not take lightly to this and subsequently took to social media to call out Kaakie and CharterHouse, organisers of the award.
Shatta Wale later rained insults on Kaakie in "diss tracks" he released.
“Everyone feels because Shatta Wale recorded a diss song for me after the VGMAs and had the attention, everyone wants to mention my name…,” she said.
According to Kaakie, no one deserves the "dancehall queen" tag in Ghana.
“No one owns ‘Dancehall Queen’ crown in Ghana. So, why will my competitors compose songs to jab me indirectly?” Kaakie questioned.
The songstress' latest song, "Sankwas" joined the recent array of beef-citing songs after many purported that some of the lyrics were direct jabs at MzVee.
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