Is ‘P3n!s’ And ‘Botors’ Shower Shatta Wale As Intelligent As Fuse ODG? He Seems To Think So But We Vehemently Disagree

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Shatta Wale continues to turn the Ghanaian music industry into his personal playground where he carries out every silly act he can think of just to ‘trend’.

Like his intellectual counterpart Akuapem Poloo, Wale only knows how to be relevant through ‘fooling’, unlike other artists who let either their musical talent or their other pursuits speak for itself.

After Sarkodie the ‘prophet’ prophesied that one day Wale would ‘show botors’, he did exactly that during a recent performance on the European leg of his ‘Reign’ album tour.

Upon all this ‘gyimie’, Wale feels comfortable comparing himself to the multiple award-winning and world-renowned UK based Ghanaian star Fuse ODG.

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Fuse ODG is massive in the U.K diaspora, has renowned collaborations with Ed Sheeran and a clear message of black empowerment, and has given Ghanaian music an European platform with his hit tracks.

Wale, on the other hand, is only loyal to his own career and the stupid things he can do to stay relevant. We definitely don’t think there can be any comparison between this two.

Wale feels otherwise, as he took to social media earlier today to wish Fuse a happy birthday, sharing a photo of himself and Fuse and dubbing the two of them as ‘great minds’.

“When Great minds meet…they think alike. Happy belated birthday bro,” Wale wrote.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com




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