Nigeria’s Burna Boy and Ghana’s very own Shatta Wale used to be the very best of friends, but for some reasons, the two acts are no longer on good terms.
As Ghanaians are trying so hard to find out what triggered the relationship of Shatta Wale and Burna Boy to turn sour, footage has popped up which gives an insight into what could have been the root cause of the enmity.
In the video, one of the panellists drew the world’s attention to Burna Boy’s days in Ghana and how Shatta Wale held him down.
He also recounted how Shatta Wale’s ‘Hosanna’ song with Burna shot the latter to fame. Right after that, Shatta Wale chipped in to reveal some more brotherly vibes between himself and Burna.
He outlined all the good he did for him way back and also claimed credits for Burna Boy’s Grammy nomination.
Shatta Wale in his own words in the studios of Onua FM said:
“When Burna Boy came here, he stayed like for 5 months I kept him in my house. I gave him a house, car everything you know.
And that time like he was struggling. But our industry doesn’t want to accept that but the man respects me for that….
If I don’t go to Grammy people should know that he went that for me and that is a Ghanaian celebration that is an African celebration we need to put our face towards.”
Watch the video below:
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