Shatta Wale chides Stonebwoy over donation to Korle-Bu Accident Centre

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The bickering between arch dancehall rivals Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy seems unending even when they are now managed by same music record label.

Stonebwoy days after he paid a visit to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital Accident ward where he paid the medical bills of patients worth more than Ghc5,000, his arch-rival in the music fraternity, Shatta Wale has thrown shades at him.

The ‘Ayoo’ hitmaker in a Facebook post directed his displeasure to Stonebwoy, saying it is unfortunate the latter pretends to be rich in the eyes of his friends but ignore their needs and give absurd excuses that he doesn’t fancy buying cars for fans and friends like others do.

“They pretend they have money infront of their friends but anytime these friends ask them to do something for them.They will say chale me my money Ade put into sick people dem a inside for hospitals….and will continue to say things like and I quote “Me anobe like some people weh if dem get money dem go buy cars dash cars Etc…oh that’s good !! but my nigga you deh lie you kno get Foko….False pretender Stop pretending..it’s Friday”. Shatta Wale posted on his Facebook Timeline.

This notwithstanding, the two award-winning dancehall artistes recently released songs on same day, ‘Shito’ and ‘Dirty Enemies’ which section of the public have drawn conclusion that the two songs was to attack themselves.

Here is the full statement from Stonebwoy

The LIVINGSTONE Foundation Paid Visit To The Accident Centre Wards Of The KORLE-BU Teaching Hospital To Make Some Donations And Pay Outstanding Bills Of Some Patients On the Ward On the occasion of My Birthday.

I decided to remember and spend this day with those who found themselves where I found myself 15years ago as a result of A Car Accident. Big Thanks To The authorities Of The Hospital And All Who Made This Possible…

By The Mercies And Blessings Of Gods Lets, All endeavor to in the smallest of Ways impact Our Surroundings When it touches our hearts To. Remember There’s Nothing Too Small To Give.

Source: kasapafmonline.com

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