The latest chat on social media is the ‘beef’ between Yaa Pono and the self acclaimed champion in dance hall music Shatta Wale. Having listened to both songs, it felt Yaa Pono had his lyrics right, however Shatta gives the impression that he’s waiting on any artist to fall on his trap and the INSULTS will follow thereafter.
The interview granted by SAMINI on Hitz fm with host Kleff Maxwell Justice (KMJ) was classic and maturely delivered. It is clear he is not being bias, yet the impression created is that, he is sending signal for Shatta to start acting maturely in the industry.
“Beef is beef and when it comes on, you should know how to control yourself to constructively respond to defend your utterances everywhere you go. I have heard Yaa Pono’s version. I think he went very hard. The Yaa Pono I know and the lyrics I heard, I wasn’t surprised and I believe the opposite camp as well don’t play when it comes to these things…”
“I think they should firm up the lyrics and keep the beef tight so the fans can be excited to appreciate dexterity and lyrical self-defense when it comes to poetry. I don’t have anything against you feeling some type of way and expressing it in a song. What I pray for is no violence. I don’t advice and condone lies and fabrication in beef songs, you need to make sure you’re speaking the truth so that you can defend yourself when it’s due…” he said.
The situation is currently climaxing at the growth stage and the growth stage is round the corner.
By A. Odrey
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