After Dissing And Mocking Him Kwaw Kese Says He’s Ready To Attend Shatta Wale’s Album Launch

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With just about a day till the official launch of his new album, Shatta Wale might just have a surprise guest at the event.

Shatta Wale and Sarkodie’s beef has been trending the past couple of days but before that he had been battling back and forth with Kwaw Kese, who he had called poor alongside Sark in those rants of his.

So the two artists are currently at loggerheads and Kwaw Kese was one of the first to really mock Shatta after the release of Sarkodie’s ‘My Advice’.

Anyway, whilst you would think these two artists are currently worst enemies, Kwaw Kese has surprisingly said he would have no problem attending Shatta’s ‘Reign’ album launch, which comes off tomorrow.

Accoridng to Abodam, if he receives an invite from Wale he is completely prepared to attend.

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Asked if he would attend, Kwaw Kese said: “Oh how I go pass through someone’s show, how can you go there without the person inviting you? But if he calls me I will attend “. Kwaw Kese said.

That’s interesting and now it leaves us wondering if Sark himself might be ready to attend, giving Shatta Wale the support he needs to launch his album.

The Reign Album launch is on at the Fantasy Dome tomorrow, Saturday October 13th.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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