Dancehall musician Shatta Wale says he never insulted rapper Sarkodie prior to his ‘Advice’ diss song.
The two were good friends before things spiralled out of control after Shatta Wale called Sarkodie broke and a hypocrite for inking a deal behind him when they’ve both agreed on a particular term.
Shatta Wale, on many platforms, criticised Sarkodie, saying Sarkodie “isn’t who the public thinks he is.”
But in an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Shatta Wale said he cannot still understand why Sarkodie dissed him on the ‘Advice’ song when he, Shatta, only said he was broke.
“If I say you are broke, I have not dissed you. You don’t have to do a diss track to the diss Lord. When I heard that, I was like I only said you are broke so you don’t have to do a song for me.”
Shatta Wale, however, released Little Tip a year after, a song to counter Sarkodie’s ‘Advice’ and when queried he said, “an armed robber won’t inform you before coming to your house, just like Sarkodie didn’t tell me before his advice song.”
According to Shatta, he has since recorded a song for Sarkodie but wanted the apt time to release it and he thought when Sarkodie’s music producer, Possigee said the Tema rapper has featured an act bigger than Jay-Z, he had to finish him.