Controversial dancehall act, Shatta Wale has debunked claims by arch-rival Stonebowy that he accused the latter of killing his mother.
According to Shatta, he was brought up from a good home.
As such he doesn’t take delight at uttering such sensitive remarks about Stonebwoy.
The ‘Gringo’ crooner therefore insisted that such words never came from him or his camp.
Shatta Wale made this known during an interview on ‘Abusua Entertainment Show’ on Saturday.
“Austine, I agree with you that our values and norms as Ghanaians don’t encourage us to say such things and I can tell you that I wasn’t brought up to say such things about others. That is why I’m saying I did not say that…” he said.
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale had earlier in an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM expressed
his desire to establish a cordial relationship with his label mate but added that the latter was hesitant.
Stonebwoy in his response on Yaad Settings on Hitz FM with King Lagazee angrily lambasted Shatta Wale and questioned his sincerity.
“You go and say I killed my mother and come back and text me that you want peace, you want to make music?” he blurted.
“After he dissed my mother and [you] come around and say you want friendship?”
Shatta Wale is currently embarking on several media tours ahead of the launch of his much anticipated ‘Reign’ album.