Musician Prince Bright has refuted claims ‘Oofeetso’ is a diss song targeted at dancehall artiste Shatta Wale.
The song by Sarkodie which features Prince Bright of Buk Bak fame has lyrics some fans argue are direct responses to certain statements Shatta Wale made in times past.
But speaking to TV3’s MzGee, Prince explained that the song was birthed following comments some persons have been making him in his absence.
“The song is actually in relation to me. You do good, they’ll bash you; you don’t do good, they’ll bash you,” he said.
Bright mentioned that considering the struggles he’s been through to build a reputable brand, he will never dent it with a diss song. He further indicated that based on how he reveres his late group member, Rooney Coaches, nothing will move him to attack a personality who was loved and appreciated by the deceased.
“Shatta Wale is Ronney’s man and you know how much I love Ronney. Shatta is family. I will look stupid to hurt Shatta Wale for my starters,” he said. “I started this thing out of love so why will I want to break something I created out of love for this past 22 years in the game. I will not use just 5 minutes to mess up everything I’ve worked so hard for.”
Few days ago, Sarkodie admitted that his relationship with Shatta Wale had soiled, but stressed he does not hate him.
“I don't know what it is but we definitely have to straighten a few things out,” Sarkodie said while discounting claims he was attacking Shatta Wale in 'Oofeetso'.