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“Toy soldier” – Kwaw Kese lands first ‘hot slap’ on Shatta Wale to resurrect their beef (Screenshot)

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King of the streets, Kwaw Kesse, has capitalized on Shatta Wale’s recent rants on Nigerians for not supporting Ghanaian musicians to renew their never-ending beef.

In a controversial tweet that has been sighted on Kwaw Kese’s timeline, he trolled Shatta Wale as a “toy soldier” who is a master tactician when it comes to ranting to make it into the news.

Although, fearoo Kwaw Kese didn’t directly tag or mention Shatta Wale’s name but we are all aware that this shade is for the African Dancehall King.

For the past years, Shatta Wale and Kwaw Kese have had back and forth online banters on several occasions where both accused the other of being greedy and an unpolished artist.

Shatta Wale is yet to react to Kwaw Kese’s fresh attack on him and we are certain that he will give it to him “hot-hot”.

Take a look at the screenshot below to know more…

Background

Shahtta Wale, on the night of his Freedom Wave concert at the Accra Sports Stadium, threw shades at Nigerian artistes by stating that he never needed them.

According to the SM President, people had always doubted his ability to pull the crowd with the explanation that without Nigerian acts, he wouldn’t be able to fill a stadium.

Upon defeating that perception by filling the Accra Sports stadium to capacity, Shatta Wale decided it was the opportune moment to chastise, berate and drag Nigerian artistes and especially those who propagated the narrative.

In a viral video, Shatt Wale was heard saying:

They said I won’t be able to fill my own stadiums, I don’t need any Nigerian Artiste to sell out Ghana’s Stadium, F*** all Nigerian Artistes” 

Nigerians have taken exception to the damning statement Shatta Wale made.

Source:GHpage

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