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Burna Boy is my brother, but he listens to the wrong people – Shatta Wale

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Dancehall star, Shatta Wale has said that Afrobeats megastar, Burna Boy is his brother, but he is ill-informed about certain things.

The Ghanaian singer stated this while being interviewed on Class ShowBiz about plans to move forward with their friendship after ending their rift.

On the upcoming Afrochella, Shatta was asked if he would be performing his song, Hossana which features Burna Boy, and he said that for now everybody will stay in their lane.

He said the reason the ‘Common Person’ crooner started beefing him was because he listened to a group of people who left his team and started bad mouthing him.

Shatta Wale reiterated that the African Giant will always be his brother and he cannot do any anything other than to be supportive.

He also addressed the issue his new song sounding similar to Burna Boy’s Last Last, using a family analogy about how siblings have similarities which is why their songs sound alike.

Watch the interview below:

Similarly, Shatta also lauded Nigerian Afrobeats singer, Wizkid, despite his reported inability to fill up Accra Sports Stadium.

He sent a shoutout to Big Wiz who failed to show up for the concert due to security concerns as disclosed by the Joro crooner.

Shatta Wale said that whatever happened was not really Wizkid’s fault as he attributed the failure to sell out the stadium to the will of God.

He stated this during an interview to promote his forthcoming Freedom Wave concert with rapper, Medikal.

Shatta, however, affirmed that irrespective of what happened, the Nigerian Grammy-winning artiste is a household name in the world.

He said; ”Kudos to Wizkid. He is a household name in world music. Whatever happened was for God to decide”

Similarly, Ghanaian media personality, Marcoli earlier trolled the music superstar maestro, Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun.

He took to his Twitter page and mocked Wizkid, saying the artiste was unable to sell out the tickets for his show at the 40,000-capacity Ohene Djan Sports Stadium in Accra.

Marcoli juxtaposed his show at Madison Square Garden which was totally sold out with the Accra concert that he claims could barely make complete sales.

The show which was meant to hold on December 10th was organised by Live Hub Entertainment in conjunction with Starboy Entertainment, Rave and Finali Group Entertainment.

According to the Ghanaian TV anchor, he had always doubted the reports of Big Wiz selling out concerts with ease.

He tweeted; ”Wizkid sells O2Arena in seconds but can’t sellout Accra Sports Stadium in a Month?😂 I said it.”

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