Patapaa Responds To Shatta Wale’s Post Referring To Him As Underground Artiste

By Stermy 2 Min Read

Ghanaian artiste Justice Amoah, popularly known by his stage name Patapaa reacts to Shatta Wale’s post tagging him as an underground artiste.

The One Corner hitmaker yesterday, Thursday, February 18, expressed his disappointment in Ghanaian dancehall recording act, Shatta Wale after he made a post tagging him as an underground artiste in a reply to rapper Yaa Pono.

Recall that Ghanaian rapper Yaa Pono earlier called out the Wale in a Twitter post asking that they two come together and stage a beef to shake or heat up Ghana because he feels the system is too quiet See Original Post.

The dancehall act, who was responding to Yaa Pono’s beef invite turned down the offer and called the rapper “a Jon” saying he is not ready to give hypes to any underground artiste which will end up reviving their dead musical career See Original Post.

Wale then mentioned the name of Patapaa as the type of underground artistes Yaa Pono should be challenging.

Patapaa upon seeing this post from Wale, took to his official social media platform to register his disappointment in Shatta, someone who he respects so much and looks up to as his GodFather making such comment about him, see Patapaa’s post below.

Patapaa Responds To Shatta Wale’s Post Referring To Him As Underground Artiste

Meanwhile, Patapaa is out with a new song featuring his German Wife Liha (Queen Peezy) titled “Madi”. Check It Out Here

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By Stermy
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