Shatta Wale has finally lowered the curtains of his protracted beef with Nigerians which he sparked minutes after he successfully pulled a mammoth crowd at the Accra Sports Stadium during his Freedom Wave Concert.
In a new development, he said he’s quite happy about the publicity the Nigerians have given him since he slammed their artistes and stakeholders of their music industry for failing to reciprocate the massive love Ghanaians give to their artistes.
In a new tweet, he expressed his love for Nigerians and ultimately asked them to put the likes of Sarkodie, KiDi, Kuame Eugene, Stonebwoy, and Kuame Eugene on their shows too. He said he should be counted out because they can’t pay him.
Anyway thanx to all Nigerians for this media tour ..it was worth it Your comments are overwhelming ..I love you guys but try and host one ghana artiste in nigeria ..count me out cuz u can’t pay me … Let sarkodie ,Stonebwoy ,KiDi ,Kwame eugene headline your shows too.
A Nigerian journalist has meanwhile thrown his weight behind Shatta Wale after he launched a scathing attack on Nigerian artistes moments after he filled the Accra Sports Stadium to full capacity during his recent Freedom Wave concert.
The journalist whose name we have not established yet said what Wale said is the absolute truth and provided theories to substantiate his position.
He said indeed Nigerian artistes are raking huge dividends from their fanbase in Ghana and other African countries but don’t create the same ambiance for other artists elsewhere to benefit in their own territory.
The young man further said Nigerians have a lot of connections which is why their music dominates other African countries but that doesn’t mean others from the continent have nothing to offer.
He emphasized that Nigerians can also support GH artistes just like they are getting premised on what Wale said. Watch the video below;
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