IT looks like the feud between Dancehall artistes Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale is not ending anytime soon and music lovers will have to brace themselves for more salvos from both sides.
This is because Stonebwoy has disclosed to Showbiz that he cannot just shut up when Shatta Wale keeps attacking him and makes false statements against him.
“A lot of people have personally told me not to descend into the gutters with Shatta Wale but the issue is I can’t allow him to go ahead to do that to my brand.
“There is a saying that ‘when a mad man comes for your clothes in your bathroom you don’t run after him naked’ but if the mad man continually keeps coming for your clothes anytime you are in the bathroom, you need to find a solution and that is what I am doing” he said.
According to the Hero hitmaker, he will not allow anyone to take advantage of his calmness and tarnish his brand he has built over the years.
“I have been through a lot to get the brand to where it is now and I will not just sit and allow anyone to put it into disrepute,” he revealed. He explained that although people see him as a calm person, he can really go crazy.
“I am the coolest person but you don’t want to see my other side. I can be rough but I normally hide that aspect of me,” he said.
Asked whether the dispute between him and Shatta Wale isn’t just a hype, Stonebwoy said he doesn’t need hype because he never built his music on that.
According to him, hard work and perseverance is what has brought him to where he is now and not hype.
“Stonebwoy’s brand is too huge to be built on hype. I have been accepted by almost every Ghanaian and God is blessing me for my hard work and determination,” he said.
Known for songs like People Dey, Mightylele, Say It, Come From Far, Run Go and Pull Up, Stonebwoy said he is glad Ghanaians enjoyed his Epistles Of Mama (EOM) album.
“Almost all the songs on the album became a hit and I am glad Ghanaians liked it. I will be dropping the video of Most Original featuring Sean Paul and it is massive,” he said.