Shatta Wale 'absurdly' insults fans of Sarkodie and Stonebwoy

Controversial dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has entered into 2019 with yet another insults and harassment on Sarkcess music and Bhim Nation.

We are just yet to spend a week in the new year but Shatta Wale has started his attacks again as he descends heavily on Sarkodie and Stonebwoy in a tweet saying they are both a disgrace to the Ghanaian music industry.

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Shatta Wale

In his tweet, the ‘Gringo’ hitmaker drew the giant musicians as entertainers who have not made any major impact since they joined the music industry.

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Shatta Wale further reiterated that they are poor, a statement he made months ago which angered Sarkodie to release the “advice” diss song.

He tweeted: “Your Sarkodie and Stonebwoy and Stonebwoy u Dey fight me for are a disgrace to this industry ..Just a post to my blood and u guys are here ranting like the real village I sang about ..Ghana is truly a village .. Fuck you and Fuck your artistes again Kwasiafuo …”

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Read his tweet below…

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However, the self-acclaimed dancehall king concurrently tweeted to also insult the fans of the two artists calling them foolish.

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