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Yaa Pono and I staged our feud to make money– Shatta Wale reveals

By Clement Edward Kumsah
Shatta Wale and Yaa Pono
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Ghanaian dancehall musician Charles Nii Armah, known on stage as Shatta Wale has revealed that beefing with fellow industry players is part of him.

Speaking on GHOne’s entertainment show, the Pundits, Shatta Wale who has been the center of recent trolls for scoffing fellow dancehall musician and BET award winner, Stonebwoy over his recent nomination in an interview said “I enjoy industry beef. It is fun.”

According to Shatta Wale, he feels horrified when colleagues take beefs “personal” “something should be planned, so when we are doing it the public might love it and see educative stuff in them.”

Addressing his recent beef with Yaa Pono, the ‘Kakai’ hitmaker stated that he called Yaa Pono and his management to talk about their recent feud and how things should go.

He said “with beefs, I feel we should put things on the table and plan… even with my recent beef with Yaa Pono, I called him personally and told him how things should go but people think I thrive off controversies.”

Responding to questions about his feud with Samini, he said: “Samini and I didn’t plan the beef, later on I met him and told him, I did all that for us to make some money from our beef… If he had understood me from the beginning we would have made some good money.”