My Song ‘Advice’ Was To Address Shatta Wale’s Disrespect Towards Me -Sarkodie

Award-winning Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo popularly known as Sarkodie has finally detailed why he released his popular hit single “Advice” which was a jab to Shatta Wale.

According to the “Can’t let you go” hitmaker, the song was to address all the disrespect he had endured from the dancehall artist.

Sarkodie stated that Shatta Wale said so many things about him which weren’t true but he ignored it because he knew that was his character.

He added that Shatta Wale at a point was turning people against him which he couldn’t contain anymore and decided to address it.

“The disrespect started way before all that. We all know my brother, he has been like that for a very long time. There have been several times that things have been said which is not true. I call him and tell him this is not necessary.

First I use to see it as fun because that’s his character but it then it got serious. There are times when he went on radio to say I don’t treat my fans well, that’s like you are trying to turn the people against me.

There are times on stage where he used the F word and I contained all that for a long time. After all those things he said, now “Advice” comes to address that”, Sarkodie disclosed.

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