Charles Nii Armah popularly known by his stage name as Shatta Wale has heaped a coal of fire on his former friend Sarkodie for his famous diss song dubbed My Advice aimed at him.
Addressing the issue ‘properly’ for the first time since the song went viral on social media when it dropped on Oct. 10, Shatta Wale told Daniel Dadzie on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show, that Sarkodie has ‘no moral right’ to advise him.
He suggested that Sarkodie rides in town with rented cars thus he’s no position to advice him.
Here’s what he said:
“…with the kind of message he sends across, the tweet, the way he relates to his fans, the kind of picture he wants people to see because Sarkodie is trying to tell people right now that, when you are an artist and you have a car you can’t even take a picture with it.”
“… I wanted to let Sarkodie understand one thing that, you see me, I’m a very dirty guy, I don’t watch parents, I don’t watch anybody, that is how Shatta Wale is… I can go all out, that is why I showed him that Benz for him to know that if he says money no be problem, ebe en edey talk…”
“…he shouldn’t come and give me advice, I’ve advised myself, he should advise himself with a car too and let me see, that is how battles go like when you say you are strong, but you see up till now he’s not even bought a car…”
“…I don’t brag, if I don’t have, I don’t have. But don’t come and tell me you are giving me advice when you can’t even afford your own car? you are driving somebody’s car? they bring cars for you and you drive and they sell it and you drive another one, always you don’t have a number plate…”