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Stop that Branding Nonsense; let’s Solve Ghana Music Industry – Shatta Wale slams Sarkodie?

Ghanaian musician Shatta Wale seem to be fighting a lone battle for a better Ghana music industry, over the years.

Despite what industry folks deem a good course, many are of the view that his extremely radical approach is totally wrong.

In a recent post on social media, the “Too Ugly” crooner fired sublime shots to people it may concern.

He stated “stop that different your brand, different my branding nonsense talks and let’s solve this problem.”

The full statement read:

“We may have all come on different ships, but we’re in the same boat now.” Ghana music industry has a problem so stop thinking about your selfish gains which won’t bring you good money by the way🤣😜 and let’s solve the main problems affecting us … “Stop that different your life ,different my life thinking
“Stop that different your brand , different my branding nonsense talks “
And let’s solve this problem once and for all !! Any artiste that says this industry is better for him simply because of winning awards is not just a p*ssy but A BIG FAT BUSHY P*SSY

This comment has perhaps been cited as one targeted at multiple award-winning Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie.

For some time now, both acts are not cool with each other, as a result of some actions and inactions posed by, and towards one another.

There has been no reaction, from Sarkodie who is currently in the United Kingdom working on some projects. In a related development, PlugTimes.com is yet to see any musician react for, or against Shatta Wale‘s call.

Source: Yaw Sarpong | PlugTimes.com

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