LISTEN: Sarkodie Throws A Stronger Jab At Shatta Wale In Remix of Medikal’s ‘How Much’ Song

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Shatta Wale‘s beef he called for from Sarkodie and Kwaw Kese is not ending anytime soon as the Sarkcess music boss throws strong jabs at the Shatta movement boss in his bars for Medikal‘s ‘How Much’ remix song.

Shatta Wale recently in an interview with DJ Reuben of Luv FM in Kumasi claims the likes of Sarkodie and Kwaw Kese are all very poor currently and all the ‘hate’ they have for him is because of this particular reason.

Mad Time Records boss, Kwaw Kese has earlier replied the Zylofon music act by telling him to get his own apartment if he believes he is rich and stop selling the ‘Tonga’ of his wife, Shatta Michy.

Sarkodie has also responded to Shatta Wale’s assertion that he’s poor in the remix of Medikal’s Hip-Hop banger titled “How Much Be Your Too Much Money”. In the voice of Sarkodie as captured in the song, Sarkodie indirectly warned Shatta Wale to put some respect on his name because they’re not on the same level.

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“…put some respect on my name nigga; cus you and me are not the same nigga. Wo pushi Picanto no na me pushi Range nigga. I started charging half a million before you came in nigga! ..”, an excerpt of Sarkodie’s verse that was indirectly meant for Shatta Wale.

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The Sarkcess Music CEO in the above lines is just telling ‘gbee nabu’ Shatta Wale that he is filthy rich to the extent that Shatta Wale can never compare himself to him because he started making more money in our music industry before Shatta became a household name.

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Chris Osei Kofi
The writer holds a BA in English Language Education from the University of Education, Winneba. He is a non - conformist and he believes Africa's biggest problem is Religion. He is also a Lannister, who always pays his debt