Shatta insists he’s bigger than Wizkid

By: Delali Sika
Shatta Wale Ghana Meets Naija
Shatta Wale performing at Ghana Meets Naija 2018
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Yes, Wizkid introduced him on stage last Saturday at Ghana Meets Naija and even called him a brother. Yes, they even hugged but self acclaimed Dancehall King, Shatta Wale displayed he is not one to easily give up a position. He just could not help but insist he is the bigger star between the two.

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At the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair Centre, Accra, where the concert took place, Shatta Wale, real name Charles Nii Armah Mensah stopped midway in his act to say “Wizkid is a superstar but me, me, I am a f*cking superstar” as if to remind the former of the comments to that effect last year.

The Enter The Net hitmaker started a social media war last year when he said he did not recognise Wizkid, real name Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun as a superstar, a comment that did not go down well fans of the Nigerian and resulted in both artistes’ fans exchanging insults.

So it seemed the heat between the two camps had cooled down last Saturday when the multi-award winning Nigerian Afrobeats star introduced Shatta Wale on stage as his brother. Shatta Wale showed his appreciation for Wizkid’s kind words by hugging him on stage before putting his set into gear.

As if to let Wizkid know that making up on stage was not an admission that he had lowered his stance that he is a bigger star, the boss of the Shatta Movement while performing his Freedom and currently reigning Gringo hit songs stopped midway to address Wizkid as a superstar yet called himself a “f*cking” superstar.

This year’s edition of Ghana Meets Naija had on its bill musicians such as KiDi, Kuami Eugene, Yaa Pono, Stonebwoy, Fancy Gadam and Kurl Songx.

Other acts that performed or made stage appearances on the night were Nana Yaa, Bam All Stars, Obibini and A.I, Kumi Guitar, Sista Afia, Dice Ailes, Medikal, Kwesi Arthur, Tic Tac, Edem, Patapaa aka Patapeezy, King Promise, Mugeez, Fancy Gadam, Mr Eazi, Mayorkun and footballers Asamoah Gyan and Emmanuel Adebayor.

Dubbed Rescue Mission, this year’s Ghana Meets Naija concert put together Empire Entertainment was sponsored by Kasapreko Alomo Gold and Storm Energy Drink, Allied Oil, Somoco Ghana Ltd, Nasco Mobile, Kirusa, Point and Play, Rova Surveillance, Dame lashes, Pernod Ricard, Tang Palace, Fix Consult, EIB Network, Graphic Showbiz, Y FM, Aftown Music, Muse Africa, Ghana, West Hills Mall, Achimota Retail Centre, Accra Mall, and Timepiece Gh.