Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has not spared his ‘rival’ Shatta Wale after the former criticized his action of composing a song which takes a dig at rapper ASEM.
On Monday, Sarkodie released a song which many believe is a reply to fellow rapper ASEM, who earlier, in a freestyle, threw jabs at Sarkodie, whom he referred to as Kabutey, for labeling himself as the king of rap.
Shatta Wale, who is already not in good terms with Sarkodie, described the actions of the two rappers as needless.
In a media engagement, Shatta Wale said that he was disappointed in Sarkodie and would rather that the former made donations in support of the fight against the coronavirus.
Shatta Wale also bemoaned the ‘warm’ reception that the the lyrical battle between the two rappers was greeted with.
According to the self-acclaimed dancehall king, Ghanaians would have described him as an attention seeker if he were to engage in such actions during this period where the world is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic.
But Sarkodie, responding to Shatta Wale, says has no time for emotional singers.
Berma gyae gyimie no … you feel say I get time to throw shot at you by this time… emotional singers https://t.co/WKUwux0cWZ
— Sarkodie (@sarkodie) April 7, 2020