SM and BHIM Fans Will Fight at the Peace Concert Because Wale and Stonebwoy’s ‘Peace’ Is Fake – Kwaisey Pee ‘Prophesies’

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Whilst everyone is praising Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy for finally putting their differences aside to unite, finished highlife act Kwaisey Pee sees another motivation for the reunification.

According to the singer – who once upon a time was relevant for a very short period so somehow still gets radio interviews today – the so-called peace between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy is fake and the two artists are only reuniting due to financial reasons.

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Speaking on Asempa Fm, Pee said the two fanbases – the BHIM nation and the Shatta Movement – do not want peace between the two but they (the artists) have decided to do so to make money.

“The case is still court as we speak and for them to come out shortly after the incident and say they have united and the whole peace concert thing makes it a pure business. I mean everybody likes peace but I fell that reconciliation is purely commercial,” he said.

He added that because the peace is fake and the two fan bases are still not in support of it, something far worse could happen between the fans at any potential peace concert.

“We all know most of the fans of Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale are street boys so when there is a misunderstanding during the programme, we can imagine what will happen, bearing in mind that the fans of these two are not in support of their union.” he added.

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Considering how long these two artists have been drumming up hatred of each other, there could be an iota of truth coming out of this irrelevant artist’s mouth.

It’s up to Shatta and BHIM fans to prove him wrong at any eventual peace concert.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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