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Award-winning Nigerian singer professionally known as Wizkid has reacted to Shatta Wale’s recent insults on Nigerians over their lack of support for musicians from other countries.

According to Wizkid in the middle of a performance, everyone from Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, and other African countries are one and the same hence we should all promote the message of a united Africa.

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The Grammy awardee can be heard saying;

“It is one Africa, man. We move together in numbers baby. And I want you guys to know it is one love, one Africa every f*cking time. Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, we are all the same people mehn.”

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Check out the video below to know more…

Background

Shatta Wale, on the night of his Freedom Wave concert at the Accra Sports Stadium, threw shades at Nigerian artistes by stating that he never needed them.

According to the SM President, people had always doubted his ability to pull the crowd with the explanation that without Nigerian acts, he wouldn’t be able to fill a stadium.

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Upon defeating that perception by filling the Accra Sports stadium to capacity, Shatta Wale decided it was the opportune moment to chastise, berate and drag Nigerian artists and especially those who propagated the narrative.

In a viral video, Shatt Wale was heard saying:

They said I won’t be able to fill my own stadiums, I don’t need any Nigerian Artiste to sell out Ghana’s Stadium, F*** all Nigerian Artistes” 

Nigerians have taken exception to the damning statement Shatta Wale made.

They believe the fact that he was able to pull the numbers do not defeat the fact that Nigerian artistes are steps ahead of their Ghanaian counterparts.

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