“you’re a fool if you think fighting Nigerian artists is the way to go” Kwaw Kese shades Shatta Wale

By Stermy 4 Min Read

Favored Ghanaian rapper, Kwaw Kese wades into Shatta Wale’s issue with Nigerian Artistes as he goes hard on him and tries to put him in line.

It would be recalled that for some days now Ghanaian dancehall recording artiste born with his legal name, Charles Nii Armah Mensah well-known by his stage name, Shatta Wale has been in the new fighting Nigerian aetistes.

According to Wale, his problem with Nigerian artistes which happens to be the reason why he has decided to shower them with an insult is due to the fact that they do not support other African artists like the very way Ghanaian and other African musicians do support them.

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Well, Rapper Kwaw Kese seems to disagree with the outspoken dancehall champ thinking he is treading on a wrong path and needs to be corrected.

Kwaw Kese shades Shatta Wale
Kwaw Kese

Kwaw wade to the pandemic by taking to his official and verified Twitter account and throwing shades at the Shatta Movement Empire Boss, Wale.

According to Kwaw Kese, any Ghanaian musician who thinks that fighting Nigerian artistes is the right way to go about doing things then that person is really fooling himself.

He added that Nigerian musicians are however far ahead of Ghana in the Showbiz thing and the only thing they as do is tap into their blessing other than trying to fight them unnecessarily.

Kwaw Kese Shades Shatta Wale: The rapper also cited examples with Burna Boy’s linkup with Black Sharif which brought about the birth of the remix version of Sherif’s Second Sermon song, also Davido and Kind Promise and well as Stonebwoy always linking about to serve fans with good and quality music.

Kwaw wrote;

If any Ghana musician thinks fighting Nigerian artists is the way to go he’s fooling himself. They’re ahead of this Showbiz thing, we for tap into the blessings Burna + Blacko Wizkid + King Promise Davido+ Stonebwoy Don’t act like there’s no luv, it’s there

In other news, Nigerian actor, Yul Edochie advises Ghanaian Dancehall recording artiste, Shatta Wale, call him out to apologize to Nigerian musicians after raining insults on them.

According to Yul, he is a fan of the Shatta Movement Empire boss, and he loves to listen to his songs, especially his song with Beyonce, adding that that particular song is only on repeat whenever he is driving. Click HEre To Read Full Story.

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