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Self-acclaimed dancehall king, Shatta Wale, who launched his Reign album yesterday at the Fantasy Dome inside Trade Fair in Accra has hinted on releasing his ‘S-U-C-K-S-E-X MIXTAPE’ which seems to be aimed at replying Sarkodie’s diss song ‘My Advice’ to him.
“Career Killer is back. Just woke up…..what happened yesterday was God’s plan…Thank you Shatta Movement for the love and support…Watch out for my S-U-C-K-S-E-X MIXTAPE.”, his tweet on Sunday read.
Shatta Wale, who on a number of occasions claimed he is the richest musician in Ghana naming Sarkodie and other colleagues in the music industry as poor had a banter from Sarkodie and Kwaw Kese.
Sarkodie’s song, titled “My Advice” challenged Shatta and noted that being wealthy is not all about bragging about a house and cars. Neither is it about wearing ‘Alumi’ chains.
SM Movement believe the release of the song was to create a buzz around the ‘Reign’ concert which took place yesterday at the Fantasy Dome whiles others say Sarkodie was indeed fed up with Shatta Wale’s ‘unguarded’ comments.
The four-hour event saw the self-acclaimed dancehall king perform some of his old and newest tracks to the tumultuous fans who had thronged the venue to support him.
Refusing to comment on Sarkodie’s ‘My Advice’ song, the ‘Taking Over’ hitmaker finally did so when he mounted the stage to perform at the album launch and concert. Shatta Wale who was taking a swipe at Sarkodie, asked DKB if an artiste who wears ‘alumi’ chain can organize such a successful event.
In response to Shatta Wale’s question, DKB answering by insulting Sarkodie’s mother in the Ga dialect that “Amenyemei asorr amli’ -- which literally means Sarkodie’s Mother’s vagina
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