The ex-girlfriend of dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has responded to his request for a collaboration.
Diamond Michelle, also known as Michy, is seemingly hesitant to accept the offer to collaborate with Shatta Wale again.
Taking to Snapchat, she noted that although Shatta Wale offered to pay her for the collaboration, he may complain later.
This follows Shatta Wale’s decision to set aside his differences and work again with his ex-girlfriend and mother of his son.
The ‘My Level’ hitmaker was impressed after Michy was captured demonstrating the Shatta Movement (SM) sign at the 2022 Ashaiman to the World concert held on Sunday.
Shatta Wale shared the picture to his Instagram page, noting that he was happy to see Michy represent the Movement.
“This is how it should be done…We built this “Symbol of hope”. Thank you. Now I can sleep.“In fact, let’s do another song. This time I won’t pay you in kind but cash. Kudos to BHIM nation.”
But Michy may be ready to take that step just yet.
“You won’t pay me in kind but in cash, but if I collect you right now, you go come dey radio early morning dey cry (sic),” she wrote on Snapchat.
The two have worked together in the past on a number of songs, including ‘Low Tempo’ and ‘Go Shordy’.
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