Shatta Wale has stated that he was disappointed when the Sarkodie bragged about AceHood approaching him for a feature for his “New Guy” song.
According to Wale, he felt sorry for Sarkodie telling such a lie which almost fetched him a “foreign war“. He said he actually “felt bad” for the Tema Tupac.
The Dancehall champion said “hype” is what he never believes in because it doesn’t help artistes in long time reality. Wale was talking about international collaborations and he clarified he met 50 cent but it wasn’t for a song.
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He said someone actually introduced him to the “Go Shawty” rapper and without feeling big too he humbly waited for a while on that day for 50 cent to finish a meeting before he briefly met him and took a picture.
Shatta said he doesn’t have to lie to trend “I don’t deal with these hype stuff,” he told Regina on Rythmz Live – though it sounds like a double standard statement since Wale once revealed he fakes beef to stay relevant. Particularly, in the case of his “Gbee Naabu” beef with Yaa Pono.
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The “Taking Over” crooner said he has songs with super stars like Jah Vinci, Alkaline, Gyptian, Tommy Lee and even a song working on a song with Vybz Kartel but he won’t run his mouth about those meeting those stars and even to say anything to belittle them because of hype.
“These are my international acts, I respect them so much because they taught me something. Especially Vybz Kartel, he taught me something great about music business, I won’t go and meet them and come hype with it“.
When asked if Sarkodie then erred with telling lies about the AceHood feature, he said “yes he made a mistake by going to say 3na … you were even showing AceHood … eiii ma guy“