Shatta Wale has asked his former militant Joint77 to return a Toyota Camry car he had bought for him.
The Dancehall artiste’s decision comes after Joint77 had said Shatta Wale had not appreciated his efforts while he was in the SM camp.
He had said on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM that he had the chance to record his songs when the ‘Melissa’ hitmaker takes a break.
Joint77 also debunked Shatta Wale’s claims that he wrote every lyric on their collaboration Taking Over.
The former militant said he was still grateful for what he had received from his former boss and still loved him.
Shatta Wale who was unhappy about the claims said the artiste was being ungrateful and showing fake love with some of his utterance on the radio.
“F**k you…don’t tell me you love me. You see the car you are using, I will let people come for it right now.”
WATCH THIS — Shatta Wale bought Joint 77 a car. He is taking the car back because of this.
— Hitz 103.9 FM (@Hitz1039FM) June 10, 2020
After their heated conversation, the ‘My Level’ hitmaker sent some security personnel to the premises of The Multimedia Group, where Joint77 was having his interview, to check if the car was there.
The Dancehall artiste made it official that he is no longer working with his militants – of Addi Self, Captan, Joint77 and Natty Lee – in May.
He stated that they are lazy musicians who are not ready to be in the limelight regardless of the music coaching tips he provides for them.
Shatta Wale made the public aware, on Daybreak Hitz, that although Joint 77 has left his camp, he is bonded to a lifetime contract, hence cannot be managed by any other record label.