Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy Burniton are currently nursing one of the longest running beef in the country’s history.You can clearly see it from their shots in songs to comments made on social media, propelled and inflamed by the fans from the various camps.
Undoubtedly, Shatta Wale, and Stonebwoy are not the best of friends and it is possible they won’t be anytime soon.
When Stonebwoy got nominated for his second BET Award, many expected Shatta Wale to rise above their beef and congratulate his arch-rival.
It didn’t happen. Instead, Shatta said on social media,
“I don’t want any fan of mine to feel bad about any BET…My skin is too strong now for such Nkwasias3m from this educated fools in our industry..”
“My B.E.C.E certificate sef ano know where edeh..Then we deh come worry about BET…#Money deh call me for my brain….”
Recently, many wondered who Shatta Wale was referring to as “Sergeant Lee” in his smash hit song, ‘Taking Over’. Although he has not stated who he meant, many suggested he may have been referring to Stonebwoy.
Now, the wondering is over as Shatta Wale has provided clarity. Prior to the show on Saturday, he promised on the Pundits show on GhOne Tv that, he will show who Sergeant Lee is—So he did with his actions on the stage.
During his performance at the Ghana Meets Naija concert at the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) and also at the Vodafone VIM launch early this month at Trade Fair Centre, while delivering his lines;
“Sergeant Lee Otashi otwa tea. N)) eba ak)) comfortable lead,” in the ‘Taking Over’ song, he limped with the patrons cheering him on.