Shatta Wale (left), Sarkodie (right)
Ghanaian dancehall and reggae artist, Shatta Wale, has thrown subtle jabs at rappers Sarkodie and Asem.
The rappers have in recent times been dissing each other in freestyle videos.
Shatta Wale who had earlier ‘condemned’ his longtime ‘rival’, Sarkodie for releasing a song titled ‘Sub Zero’ which he believes is an attack on other artists, has taken to Twitter rhetorically ask why there is no beef on Twitter again.
Shatta Wale had earlier – while condemning Sarkodie- said beefing at a time when Ghana was battling coronavirus was not in the right direction.
In an interesting and surprising twist of event, Shatta Wale has once again tweeted, but this time round apparently making mockery of those beefing, wondering whether they are now tired.
“Is like Twitter is boring oooo.. No beef again? Or the cows are tired,” he tweeted sarcastically.
It would be recalled that
Ghanaian hiplife musician, Asem, reacting to Sarkodie’s ‘Sub Zero’ song, alleged that rapper Sarkodie used dubious means in winning the BET awards.
Asem who has always been at loggerheads with the rapper revealed in a freestyle track that Sarkodie used fraudulent means to win his BET awards.
In 2012, Sarkodie was adjudged “Best International Act: Africa” and last year, he won the “Best International Flow” at BET Hip Hop Awards.
“Everybody know say the BET/Ebi pay you dey pay/Daa na wo cheati,” he said.
For the past few days, the two artistes have been engaged in a social media fight after Sarkodie released a ‘diss song’ called ‘Sub Zero’ to clapback at Asem for his back to back diss songs aimed at him over the years.
Sub Zero didn’t go down well with Asem as he described Sarkodie as an ‘overpriced trotro (public transport)’ and claims he (Asem) is better because he attended a private school but the BET winner attended a public school.