Sarkodie Describes Shatta Wale As ‘Dope’ Amidst Their Disagreements

Sarkodie Describes Shatta Wale As 'Dope' Amidst Their Disagreements

The country was put in a state of shock when two music giants in the industry, Shatta Wale and Sarkodie started firing shots at each other.

Prior to the unfortunate incident, the two were unarguably the best of friends as far as the music business was concerned, dropping back-to-back hit songs.

Shatta wale in an interview described Sarkodie as a bad brother who didn’t support his hustle at the early stages of his career and that he (Sarkodie) is a broke artiste, leading Sarkodie to release ADVICE, directed at Shatta Wale.

Ever since, Shatta Wale doesn’t cease to fire direct shots at his colleague at with every chance he gets, calling him names. The big question is, where did it all go wrong? Well, we leave that for time to tell.

However, award winning rapper, Sarkodie has on Wednesday given us a reason to hope for a possible re-union between him and his long lost best friend in the music industry, Shatta Wale. In a recent tweet from the artiste of the decade at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Sarkodie called Shatta Wale his brother and said they can have their own disagreements and even get mad at each other sometimes, but it doesn’t change the fact that he still sees Shatta Wale as dope. He also admitted that Shatta Wale knows how much love he has for him.

“My brother SHATTA-WALE can get me mad (cos I’m human) and  have every right to… same as him but I will never let that take away how dope this brother is in my eyes… and he knows that for sure!”

Is the re-union coming anytime soon.


Written by K Oteng

K.Oteng is a reporter and editor for https://www.ghlinks.com.gh/ based in Accra-Ghana

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