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‘We Are All One And The Same’ – Wizkid Preaches African Unity Amidst Ghana vs Naija Debate Sparked By Shatta Wale



'We Are All One And The Same' - Wizkid Preaches African Unity Amidst Ghana vs Naija Debate Sparked By Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale, has been venting his spleen against Nigerians on social media.

The Dancehall musician has started a movement to get more Nigerians to appreciate Ghanaian acts and the message has reached Wizkid.

The whole point triggered during his recently-held Freedom Wave Concert at the Accra Sports Stadium where he called out Nigerians during his performance.

The Ayoo hitmaker during his performance, paused and said “do you know that majority of people in the Ghana music industry are fools?”

“They told me that I won’t be able to fill my stadium. I don’t look up to any stupid Nigeria artiste I look up to my fans. F*ck Nigeria”.

The short clip of his statement went viral and has since been attracting tirades from some Nigerian social media users.

However, Shatta fired back at the Nigerian trolls, saying that they should be rather appreciative because Ghana contributes to making Nigerian acts go global.

“As for Nigerians they think they can always say what they want to say F*ck your talks ya’ll who think I spoke the truth this ,I don’t even remember you guys promoting Ghanaian artiste in your country ,until u guys will realize your artiste blow in Ghana to say thank you ..F” he tweeted.

In another tweet, he said “bring it on and your artiste won’t get that hype they get from Ghana .. I can make that stop ..Don’t dare me ..

It’s the truth, your artiste come here for numbers before the world can recognize them .. Appreciate Ghana supporting your artiste and stop this foolishness.”

Amidst this controversy online, Wizkid decided to choose peace by saying that “I got a message for you tonight! Me, I don’t care if you are black, white, blue or purple. I don’t give a *****. I will show you the same love I show my brother or my sister.”

The Nigerian singer was speaking during his performance in Accra. “We move together in numbers, baby, and I want you to know it is one love, one Africa, every day. Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, we are all one and the same.”

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