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Shatta Wale reveals why he consistently beefs Samini and Sarkodie

Shatta Wale reveals why he consistently beefs Samini and Sarkodie

Shatta Wale reveals why he consistently beefs Samini and Sarkodie

Self acclaimed Dancehall king, Shatta Wale has revealed that his musical war with Samini was sparked by his interest to gain fame in a faster pace in the industry.

According to him, he wanted to have a brand like Samini and sing like him, thus the attacks.

Speaking in a media interview on Saturday, the controversial Dancehall artiste explained that his strategy with the attacks worked for him and has contributed to his success in the industry.

He said his consistent dissing of some greatest artistes in the industry was purely based on business and attention.

“I must say I was fascinated by the success of Samini, so I wanted to be like him and i decided to attack him in the industry to gain attention and the strategy worked for me. Samini has not done anything to me, I respect him a lot but all what I did is for business purpose,” Shatta Wale added.

He indicated that he meant no harm with the attacks, stressing that they were in a good terms.

Touching on his beef with Sarkodie, Shatta Wale confessed that the manager of Sarkodie who is known as Angel went behind him to claim a contract that he planned with Sarkodie.

He noted that the contract meant a lot to him but Angel went for the money which made the business gone bad and maintained  that he did not have any personal issues with Sarkodie.

Shatta Wale disclosed that he had a song with Sarkodie which would be out soon and urged fans to watch out

BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE

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Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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