Celebrities reacts to Sarkodie’s diss to Shatta Wale

Sarkodie some few hours release a diss song to his best friend Shatta Wale. The song title “advice” since its release has gotten Ghanaians talking especially with the kind of punchlines and subliminal shots thrown at the “Gringo” hitmaker.

Well, some celebrities in the music industry have also reacted to the song on social media. We can’t say that they are happy for sure that another person has been able to put self-acclaimed Dancehall King in his rightful place after going around beefing them.

Unlike many other songs, Sarkodie threw direct shots at the Kakai hitmaker. In the 3 minutes 4 seconds video, Sarkodie starts off saying; “Me on this beat e go cause you some damages…”

He later continues “….who gives a f*ck by your chicken change property. If being poor be like me, then father I beg you just bless me with poverty.

See screenshot of their response to the new diss song:

The week has gradually climaxed as a bad week of ‘disses’ for the self-acclaimed dancehall king, Shatta Wale, as earlier in the week, Kwaw Kesse released a ‘diss’ song for him which has now been followed by Sarkodie’s hard-hitting ‘diss’ track released some few hours ago.

Ghanaian social media has literally been set ablaze following the ‘diss’ track released by rapper Sarkodie. The track titled, ‘My Advice’ has taken the internet by storm as it has been trending on social media just some few hours after being released.

Even though no names were mentioned in the track, all indications prove that ‘the advice’ is directed to Shatta Wale, mainly because some lyrics in the song indicates some happenings the dancehall artiste has been involved in.

Social media users have expressed great surprise at this move by Sarkodie, saying this was probably the reason why he started the “#biibiba” trend, and well, other say, Ghanaians were waiting for the right person to smack the misbehavior out of the self-acclaimed dancehall king.

What makes this juicier is the fact about the timing of the track’s release which is just three days before the launch of the ‘Reign’ album by Shatta Wale.

Listen to the song below: