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You Can’t Cry For Help And Feel Entitled To It- Burna Boy Comes For Shatta Wale

You Can’t Cry For Help And Feel Entitled To It- Burna Boy Comes For Shatta Wale

Burna Boy has slammed Shatta Wale in a new post he shared reinforcing the conversation revolving around the verbal attack he launched on Nigerian artistes shortly after selling out the Accra Sports Stadium.

Without mincing words, the man who calls himself African Giant plainly said once Shatta Wale has not personally groomed any artiste, he has no right to be entitled to who should help him.

He further said no one can extend any help to the SM boss if he himself cannot name one single artiste he has propelled onto the mainstream. Going harder on him, Burna Boy said he wants people to grow not only older and fatter this new year, but they should also grow wiser and stronger- a clear jab to Wale.

He shared;

In a related development, Shatta Wale rebuked Stonebwoy when he said the approach he used in addressing the lack of support from Nigerians is wrong but the salient points he raised in his rant still remain valid and deserve attention.

Stonebwoy has in a previous tweet thrown his weight behind Shatta Wale over his infamous attack on Nigerians over their gross failure to reciprocate the love they get from Ghana and other African countries.

This is a screenshot of Stonebwoy’s statement which has reinforced the conversation that has sparked varied responses from Ghana and Nigeria.

On the subject of having valid points but using the wrong approach as espoused by Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale emphasized that he’s a lion and that’s how he chooses to address issues.

He subtly likened Stonebwoy’s demeanour to that of a sheep and since the lion is the exact opposite of a sheep, he chooses to go in hard on issues like this to achieve the desired results. See what he posted on Twitter;

He shared;

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