Shatta Wale, in his latest interview listed Tic Tac, Ex Doe, KK Fosu, and Kokoveli on his list of four veteran musicians who weren’t smart in their heydays.
“When I drop one of my hit songs, it will override 20 songs of Shatta Wale,” said rapper Ex Doe in response to Shatta Wale’s list of veteran musicians who didn’t take advantage of fame.
Shatta Wale, in his latest interview with Delay on “The Delay Show”, listed Tic Tac, Ex Doe, KK Fosu, and Kokoveli on his list of four veteran musicians who weren’t smart in their heydays.
He compared himself to Ex Doe saying “Ex Doe was a Hiplife artiste. Shatta Wale is a Dancehall artist. Shatta Wale is a business minded person, Ex Doe is not. Shatta Wale is a smart boy. Ex Doe is not. Shatta Wale is music inclined, Ex Doe is not. I play my beats; I don’t do cover songs. I make sure I save. I take my career serious.”
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This comparison angered the “Maba” hitmaker and in response, he said Shatta Wale is not his class.
“It’s his [Shatta Wale’s] intention to attack [Ghanaian] music legends. He started from VVIP to Tic Tac, and now it’s my turn.
“He should take me out of his list. I hate it. He is a small boy and my younger brother so he shouldn’t compare himself to me!” he said yelling on top of his voice on Pluzz FM today (July 22).
He added that Shatta Wale’s hits live for only four months; therefore, she should not compare himself to him.
“None of his songs can match mine because his songs don’t last long. They last for only four months,” said Ex Doe.
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