File Photo: L-R: Sarkodie and Shatta Wale

Dancehall Naa (king), Shatta Wale says he doesn’t believe Sarkodie’s congratulatory words to him were genuine after news broke that he had been featured on American singer, Beyonce’s ‘Lion King’ album.

Shatta Wale and Sarkodie were good pals in the music industry until a brawl ensued between them when Shatta called him out as a broke musician and a hypocrite.

Sarkodie, who felt unhappy, released an ‘Advice’ song to put Shatta Wale’s words to bed.

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Fast forward, Sarkodie commended Shatta Wale yesterday when he heard his colleague Shatta Wale had been featured by Beyonce.

He said: “Welcome home Queen @Beyoncé officially 🔥🔥🔥 Big shouts @shattawalegh 🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭!!! And all our brothers and sisters on there … Big One for the culture.”

But, Shatta Wale, reacting to Sarkodie’s tweet, said he is a hypocrite who always wants to look good in the eyes of people.

According to him, he retweeted all industry players who wished him well on Twitter but ignored Sarkodie’s tweet because “he can say it but that wasn’t him.”

Shatta continued that he could not fathom why Sarkodie kept mute on the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) scuffle that happened between him and Stonebwoy, but would be quick to laud him on his collaboration with Beyoncé.

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“No man is perfect but God is. Sarkodie is too known. He went to Hitz FM and he posed like a big boy to me. Music is not about your dress… I don’t like hypocrites around me.

“I didn’t wish him on his birthday but he tweeted at me to prove maturity. It is not maturity that writes the music or projects your arts. I will not roll with people like that. I don’t need his advice, he needs it himself.

“I don’t need him to talk about it. He can say it but in his head it wasn’t him. He said nothing about the VGMA scuffle but quick to praise me on this,” Shatta said on Zylofon FM on Wednesday, July 17, 2019.

Source: | Dennis K. Adu