Popular controversial Ghanaian artiste, Shatta Wale has mocked Nigerian musicians after selling out Ghana’s biggest stadium for his concert.
Newspot understands that Shatta Wale shared photos of his concert attendance on his Instagram page on Sunday.
It could be observed from the photos shared by the 37-year-old artiste that Ghana’s biggest stadium was full to the brim.
Making jest of Nigerians who according to him had said his concert will not sell out, Shatta Wale said he does not need Nigerian artistes to sell out concert.
He said: “I just want to speak my mind.
“They told me I wouldn’t sell out the stadium but see it now.
“I don’t need any Nigerian artistes to sell out my concerts. Fuck Nigerian artistes.”
See below Shatta Wale’s post while hyping his Concert.
Newspot reports that this is not the first time the Ghanaian musician will call out Nigerian artists.
Shatta Wale recently mocked Nigerian musician Davido after the DMW boss bought a Rolls Royce days.
Though Shatta Wale did not directly mention Davido’s name, his recent Instagram post read: “I don’t use my father’s money for hype I use my own money to do my own shit. Real hustlers are real money makers.”
Meanwhile, award-winning Nigerian singer, Peter and Paul Okoye on Saturday charged their followers to forgive them for splitting their group, Psquare.
Recall that the talented singing group who are known for dancing in their music videos went their different ways in 2017 over irreconcilable differences in the family.
The singers, however, ended their rift a few weeks ago as they celebrated their 40th birthday with their family members.
Psquare while performing on the 25th at their first concert in Lagos after coming together, went on their knees apologizing to their fans, Newspot reports.
The singers said, “We apologise for breaking up, deep apologies to our fans all over the pele.
“I want everyone around the world to know that we are asking for forgiveness.”
Download NAIJA NEWS app:
Share your story or advertise with us: Whatsapp: +2347068686071, +2348053062268, Email: [email protected]