Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has opened up after Sarkodie released a freestyle video believed to be a ‘diss’ targeted at the 'Thunder Fire' musician.
In the video titled ‘My Advice’, the rapper took shots at his colleague labelling him an insecure attention seeker.
Sarkodie also called out the singer for wearing cheap jewellery and fooling too much.
In an interview with JoyNews’ Becky after his performance at ‘The Reign’ album launch, Shatta Wale said Sarkodie’s career will not survive in the coming years.
“I didn’t want to talk about this but Sarkodie has done something….any artiste that tries Shatta Wale is going to go down,” he said.
Shatta Wale vowed and prayed that the careers of the likes of Sarkodie who undermine his work will die and never resurrect.
“Anybody that comes close to my work will go down. When I mean down, I mean down the drain. In Jesus’ name I pray,” he declared.
The artiste, who launched his album on Saturday, warned artistes from daring to attack him.
Shatta Wale also boasted of his ability to single-handedly host huge and successful concerts.
According to him, he can organise a concert with his son, Majesty, and daughter, Cherissa but will still command the numbers.
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The 'Reign' album launch was a big boost for Shatta Wale with over 20,000 people thronging the Fantasy Dome at the Trade Fair Centre in Accra.
The over four-hour show saw the 'Ayoo' hitmaker performing some of his biggest hits including 'Taking Over', 'Kakai', 'Low Tempo', 'Dancehall King', 'Gringo' and many others.