I would like us to stage a “beef” together – Yaa Pono begs Shatta Wale

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Ghanaian rapper Yaa Pono is seeking to resurrect his limping career by riding on the popularity of Shatta Wale through a planned staged organized beef.

According to Yaa Pono, he is looking forward to shaking the local entertainment scene not with the releasing of regular good tunes but through a staged virtual feud with Shatta Wale.

It is clear the earlier beef that took place between Yaa Pono and Shatta Wale did the Uptown Energy prodigy a lot of good as far as his music career was concerned.

Therefore, Yaa Pono by a tweet has said the system is quite slow thus he would love to see himself and Shatta Wale have a go at each other just for the fun of it…just for the good of his music career.

It is obvious most of the beef that the entertainment industry has witnessed so far are clearly staged, cosmetic and unreal. There are nicely crafted for the benefits of the parties involved.

This is clearly why Yaa Pono is making this appeal to Shatta Wale. Below are some of the responses he received.

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