Bragging Is Part Of Showbiz But You Don’t Have To Step On Others When Doing So — Sarkodie Throws NEW Advice At Shatta Wale

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A couple of months down the road after slaying Shatta Wale down in his viral diss song ‘My Advice’, Sarkodie is back talking about his troublesome ‘buddy’ and landing him some more advice.

Sarkodie was a guest on ‘The Zone’ with KOD on Starr Fm and he had a lot to say about Shatta Wale.

According to the Sarkcess Music boss, he does not have a problem with Shatta Wale bragging at all because it’s part of showbiz. However, his huge problem with Wale is him always trying to bring others down when he can simply do his own bragging without attacking others.

“Shatta Wale is not doing anything wrong by showing off, let me be clear on that. Bragging is part of showbiz. But bragging is not for every brand because you should know your brand positioning and what works for your brand. Bragging is not for me, it does not work with me,”

Sark added: “But there are things you can brag about, but you don’t brag when you are pushing others down. It’s showbiz but don’t try to step on other people. And these are things we have discussed on the phone many times.”

Earlier this year, Shatta Wale during one of his ‘crazy’ moments launched massive attacks against Sarkodie, Kwaw Kese and other artists, claiming they were poor and struggling in the industry.

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After getting fed up, Sarkodie slammed Wale in ‘My Advice’ in which he cut him down to size with a sizzling freestyle. Whilst one might think the two artists are beefing, Sark insists they are actually very close.

“The fact is I’m not into this fake industry thing so I don’t really open up to people but I’m really cool with Shatta just as it was with Castro. The truth is I do care about him (Shatta), my mum talks to the both of us on phone and we can be on phone for hours,” he concluded.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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