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“You are fighting a lost cause”- Yung6ix slams Ghanian Rapper, Shatta Wale

Still, on the recent controversy Shatta Wale started off, Nigerian rapper, Onome Onokohwomo, popularly known as Yung6ix, has slammed the Ghanaian rapper for talking down on Nigerian artistes.

The rapper threw shades on Nigerian artistes after selling out a Ghanaian stadium for his Freedom concert.

“They said I won’t be able to fill my own stadiums, I don’t need any Nigerian artiste to sell out Ghana’s stadium, f**k Nigerian artistes,” the rapper had said.

Shatta Wale also took to his Twitter page to blast Nigerians, telling them to be grateful to Ghana for supporting Nigerian artistes.

“Your artistes see Ghana like heaven. Anytime I say something about Nigeria it hits them hard. You guys sing about love but you don’t have it. All na scam.

Nobody is hating nobody here but the way you Naija people like comparing your artistes to us is absurd”.

In response to Shatta Wale’s rant, Yung6ix schooled him, making him aware that Nigeria and Ghana coexist in love and Wale is only fighting a lost cause.

“For the record f**k @shattawalegh. You will not attach the name Nigeria to a worthless agenda and not be addressed. Never seen two countries coexist in love like Nigeria and Ghana. You are fighting a lost cause”, Yung6ix stated.

On the other hand, Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie has called out the Ghanian Rapper to apologize for his statements.

 Yul wrote;

“Dear Shatta Wale, coming out to say ‘F**k Nigerian artistes’ is extreme and too low for a man like you. That’s hate.

I remember when Nigerian movie producers were giving all the lead roles to Ghanaian actors a few years back, no Nigerian ever came out to say ‘F**k Ghanaian actors’.

I have lots of fans from Ghana who send me goodwill messages daily, inviting me to Ghana and I appreciate all of them.

I’m a fan of your music. Your track with Beyonce is always on repeat in my car.

No matter what is pissing you off, a man like you with a large fan base should be using it to promote peace and unity among Africans and the rest of the world. You should apologise for such a statement.”

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