Grammy Winner, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun better known as Wizkid has reacted to the outburst of Ghanaian singer, Shatta Wale.
Naija News reports Shatta Wale attacked Nigerian singers in a series of social media posts on Monday.
According to the Dancehall artiste, Nigerian singers do not support nor promote other African acts like they do with Nigerian content.
Shatta Wale also boastfully shared photos of his concert attendance on his Instagram page on Sunday in which he sold out a stadium in Ghana and said he doesn’t need any Nigerian artiste to make his concert a success
Reacting to the development, Wizkid noted that he doesn’t care about nationality as he treats everyone like his brother or sister. He also stressed it’s one Africa whether it’s Kenya, Ghana, or Nigeria.
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Meanwhile, Shatta Wale stated that the reason Nigerian artistes are doing so well is because of the support they get from Ghana.
He wrote: “As for Nigerians, they think they can always say what they want to say. F**k your talks. Y’all who think I spoke the truth, I don’t even remember you guys promoting Ghanaian artiste in your country. Until you guys will realize your artiste ‘blew’ in Ghana to say thank you.
“Bring it on and your artiste won’t get that hype they get from Ghana. I can make that stop. dare me.
“It’s the truth, your artistes come here for numbers before the world can recognize them. Appreciate Ghana supporting your artiste and stop this foolishness.
“I won’t follow your artiste like some of my colleagues. If you do, I go wash your face with your own shame. Be thankful to Ghana for supporting your artiste and stop talking trash on here.
“No one can tell me anything. Fuck all of you; because your thinking is not my thinking. Appreciate Ghana. period.
However, Yung6ix has cautioned him against throwing shades at Nigerians and Nigerian artistes.
“For the record f**k @shattawalegh. You will not attach the name Nigeria to a worthless agenda and not be addressed. Never seen two countries coexist in love like Nigeria and Ghana. You are fighting a lost cause,” he told him.