Patapaa breaks silence on Sarkodie-Shatta Wale beef

Exaggerated hiplife artist, Patapaa Amidsty has finally made a comment on the ongoing beef between Sarkcess CEO and Shatta movement boss – Sarkodie and Shatta Wale.

The ‘one corner’ hitmaker since the start of the ‘supreme’ beef has kept mute this while but has finally burst his silence on the matter.

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Am too talented to write down my songs - Patapaa

Speaking in an interview on Hitz FM 103.9, Patapaa revealed that it is not polite for the artists in the music industry to rain some insults on each other, hence they should be cautious in chosen words when beefing.

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On Sarkodie’s words to Shatta Wale, he added that it wasn’t good for the Sarkcess manager to use some unpleasant words on his colleague.

He described the ‘Alumni chain’ insult as a painful word which does not deserve to be tagged to a personality like Shatta Wale because he is well noted to be a very expensive celebrity.

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Patapeezy concluded that though there is a problem in the midst of the two giant artists, their choice of words on each other should carefully be selected to avoid any violence.

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