Shatta Wale indirectly fires Manifest for arrogantly saying he started street shows in Ghana

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Sarkodie most recently assembled bunch of Ghanaian artistes and entertained inhabitants of Tema with undiluted musical performances dubbed ‘This is Tema’.

Prior to Sarkodie’s event, Shatta Wale in the studios of Starr fm with KOD made Ghanaians privy to how Sarkodie is riding on his initiative as according to Shatta, he originated street shows in the country.

“I am really happy that most of them are learning from where I started schooling from (Street), I am one of the boys who started street shows in Ghana; I did community shows, from Nima, Jamestown during that time, most of them were concentrating on filling the conference centres,” Shatta said on the Starr Drive with KOD.

Fast forward after the proclamation by Shatta Wale, Manifest from nowhere in an interview on Starr FM described claims made by Shatta Wale that he started street shows in Ghana as null and void.

Reacting to the comments, M.anifest in an interview on the Starr Drive, Tuesday, said: “it’s making the rounds. Let me correct him though, I did Madina block party before everybody did anything else”

Now, your favorite entertainment blog, following Shatta’s tweets via Twitter has sighted a post which indirectly shades Manifest for saying he actually started street shows in the country.

In the post, Shatta Wale indirectly labelled Manifest as a kid in the game as he (Shatta Wale formerly Bandana) started doing music long before his ( Manifest) presence in the industry perhaps reason he’s not abreast with history.

See post below via screenshot:

Shatta fires Manifest



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