It’s been a year today since Sarkodie advised his longtime friend and brodaman Shatta Wale from Shatta movement and fans are celebrating it on Twitter.
The hashtag, #AdviceAt1 is already trending on the Ghanaian Twitter at number one.
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Sarkodie’s ‘Advice’ song to Shatta Wale sets Record in Ghana, becomes the first diss song to bag 1 Million streams on YouTube
CEO of SarkCess Music, Sarkodie has set a new record in the Ghana music industry and that might take years for it to be broken.
Casting our minds back, we all could recall how Shatta Wale and Sarkodie waged lyrical war against each other for days.
Being fed-up with Shatta Wale’s constant disturbance and what he termed disrespect to his brand, Sarkodie dropped a diss song dubbed ‘Advice’ to Shatta Wale.
In the song, King Sark totally destroyed Wale and even tagged him as a fake person.
The video made a lot of trends and even got featured on BBC.
As it stands now, checks made by Celebrities Buzz clearly shows it has crossed over a Million streams on YouTube making it the most patronized diss song in the history of Ghana.
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The Benz was given him yesterday as his 34th birthday present.
Taking to his Instagram account this afternoon, Shatta Wale wrote that the “Advice” is well taken.
“Advice well taken… Mercedes Benz no Dey talk ”, the caption reads.
Yesterday, Shatta Wale shared money to kids in his area.
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Shatta Wale had been attacking Sarkodie in many radio interviews in Accra and Kumasi as he went on a media tour to promote his upcoming ‘The Reign’ album.
Shatta Wale stated in one of his interviews that he felt disrespected by Sarkodie.
While Sarkodie has been relatively quiet about the disses from Shatta Wale, it seems to have finally got him and he decided to respond.
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And he did so in grand style as he released ‘diss’ track which could be described as one of his best songs ever.
Doling out loads of insults to Shatta Wale, Sarkodie warned the dancehall artiste to be wary of him.
Sarkodie who called Shatta Wale names said though he (Shatta) boasts of riches, he was actually poor and that nobody cared about his chicken change property.