Rapper X-Doe has encouraged Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale to continue beefing despite settling their differences in the historic Peace Conference they jointly held which was masterminded by Dr Kofi Abban and Nana Aba Anamoah.
According to him, Shatta and Stone can go on with the lyrical beef but it must never get physical.
“When you are young you do things you don’t think about. I have come out several times to condemn beefing among artists. I knew where it got me and I knew it wasn’t what I wanted,” he said on Citi TV’s Saturday Live.
He added that “there are people who even tell me that I wasn’t smart to have ended it because it brought popularity and money. I am grown and realized it wasn’t right so I have apologized to Chicago and Rockstone.”
“We can have fun with the diss songs but they must be creative. Don’t go direct because if that’s all there is to it anybody could do it,” he further noted.
Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale took their age long rivalry to the apex when they clashed at the 2019 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards amidst the brandishing of gun and free for all fight, all of this occurring on Live TV.
After they called a truce, fans from both side are now becoming responsible with their comments on social media and it’s becoming a good development, on the back of the tension and volatility which have been created by the two Dancehall greats for a very long time.
X-Doe himself started Hiplife’s first beef when he jabbed his colleague rapper Chicago and Reggie Rockstone two decades ago in the song ‘Maba’ which became an instant hit and a street anthem.