Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has responded to claims that he dissed fellow recording artistes during his show in the United States of America.
The reports claimed Wale called Sarkodie, Stonebwoy and Samini all sorts of derogatory names.
During a Facebook Live Stream, he slammed the reports saying it is the reason why the Ghanaian music industry is not developing.
“That’s why Ghana does not progress. Every time I talk people try to twist it. We all know Ghanaian artist messed up already and that’s why Nigerian artiste overtook us.
Anything I say you people try and twist it. You people need to stop that. Let’s support ourselves and rise to a nice level,” said the ‘Taking Over‘ act.
“I don’t know why when I sing, it doesn’t enter people’s ears. I sang Ayoo. [Sic] If matter come nobody go fit talk but if I talk, it becomes problem. Sometimes people find it f**ing hard to f***ing understand F***ing Shatta Wale.
“If I’m on stage and I say they brought F***ing Sarkodie, F***ing Stonebwoy to fight me, haven’t you heard that statement before?”
Many people assumed a video that surfaced on the internet this week was a case of Wale dissing Sarkodie, Stonebwoy and Samini.
The video showed him screaming: “They used F-ing Sarkodie to fight me, they used F-ing Stonebwoy to fight me and they used F-ing Samini to fight me…”