“You’re a kid” – Yaa Pono angrily replies to Shatta Wale’s comment that he is an underground artiste

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Rapper Yaa Pono has angrily replied to Shatta Wale’s earlier comment describing the Uptown Energy prodigy as an ‘underground artiste” who does not deserve to be beefed.

Yaa Pono a day ago appealed to the SM Boss inviting him for a beef. According to Yaa Pono, a beef between himself and Shatta Wale will surely spice up the entertainment industry.

Shatta Wale in replying to this invitation said he is no longer in the business of reviving the dying or paralyzing music careers of underground artistes. In fact, Shatta Wale said Yaa Pono should be thinking of beefing the likes of Patapaa if he indeed wants to.

These harsh words were immediately deleted but Yaa Pono after coming into contact with the screenshot has felt the impact. He has reacted with so much rage describing Shatta Wale as “Kid”

Clearly, Yaa Pono needs this beef badly and is doing everything it takes to get it going. We shall see how things pan out and update you accordingly.

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