Shatta Wale: Dancehall Musician Asks If Sarkodie Shot Stir It Up Music Video With Bob Marley's Ghost
- Shatta Wale, in a Facebook Live, went on a hilarious rant and asked if Sarkodie had shot the Stir It Up music video with Bob Marley's ghost
- The dancehall star was peeved about people doubting him when he said he had met Beyonce to shoot the music video for the song, Already
- The video circulated on social media, and it was met with mixed reactions, with some folks finding it humorous while others felt he was making snide remarks about Sarkodie
Self-acclaimed dancehall king, Shatta Wale, has once again caused a frenzy on the internet.
The musician in a Facebook Live session with his fans, made some hilarious comments that seemingly mocked Sarkodie's collaboration with Bob Marley.
Shatta recalled when he was featured by Beyonce on her The Lion King: The Gift album.
The pair recorded the melodious tune, Already. According to Shatta, he incurred a lot of hate and doubt from Ghanaians when he said he had met Beyonce in person for the collaboration.
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Shatta mentioned that he shot the music video for Already with Beyonce, but Ghanaians did not believe him till the video was released. He then asked if Sarkodie had also met Bob Marley's ghost to shoot the Stir It Up music video.
He made the comment in a sarcastic tone that made people laugh. Others were however not pleased with the statement and regarded it as a snide remark and an attempt to stir up beef with Sarkodie.
Shatta Wale sparks reactions
Shatta wale is talking with real hatred and pain. He really envy Sarkodie alot.
Joseph Adjei-McKay commented:
My in …I laugh enter cemetery
Solo Wonda found it funny:
It has been a long time I laughed Soo hard like this lol
Herrr this man is the whole mood
Shatta Wale praises Sarkodie's feature with Bob Marley
Dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, sparked reactions on social media after some comments he passed regarding Sarkodie's song with Bob Marley and The Wailers.
Shatta Wale was interviewed on Luv FM, a Kumasi-based radio station, and he touched on the subject.
Shatta said the collaboration was beautiful and asked Ghanaians to praise and support Sarkodie.