Video: Keep quiet; you’ll soon be irrelevant – Sarkodie ‘disses’ Shatta Wale

Video: Keep quiet; you’ll soon be irrelevant – Sarkodie ‘disses’ Shatta Wale
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | Maxwell Amoofia
Date: 10-10-2018 Time: 01:10:47:pm
Sarkodie and Shatta Wale

Sarkodie seems to have responded to Shatta Wale after the latter described the former as very poor. 

In a freestyle video released on Wednesday titled ‘My Advice’, the rapper is believed to have attacked Shatta Wale and described him as an insecure attention seeker.

“Your brand [is not] strong enough, If it is strong then keep quiet. You will soon [leave]…You showed d***, one day you will show buttocks. The last thing [that I] want is attention,” he rapped. 

Sarkodie questioned the dancehall artiste’s claim to wealth and asked him to stop wearing cheap jewellery. 

“Who gives an f*** about your chicken change property…f*** all the bragging and chill because honestly your whole bank account couldn’t buy you one tear rubber [Range Rover] Evoque but you claiming supremacy,” he jabbed. 

‘My Advice’ comes after Shatta Wale in an interview on Luv FM said that artistes such as Kwaw Kese and Sarkodie are wallowing in poverty.

Shatta Wale went on further to disrespect fans of Sarkodie in a series of tweets. 

The rapper called Shatta Wale a fool in the freestyle and alleged that the dancehall artiste is gay. 

Sarkodie suggested that Shatta Wale had been overwhelmed by his fame but reminded him that his brand was not strong enough and thus he’ll soon be irrelevant in the music industry. 

This ‘diss’ song directed at Shatta Wale comes a few days to the release of Shatta Wale’s ‘Reign’ album on October 13, 2018. 

Watch the video below (NB: Strong language - viewer discretion is advised)

 

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