Sarkodie’s song aimed at Shatta Wale is the rapper doing what he has to do, says Ghanaian singer, Efya.
The scathing song by the former was in response to weeks of name-calling and insults by Wale during media interviews and on Social Media.
“He always come through when he comes through. Sometimes you just have to do what you have to do,” stated Efya to Giovani Caleb and Berla Mundi on Starr Drive on Starr 103.5 FM Wednesday.
“Just do it the way you feel like it needs to be. He will always do what he wants to do and we love him.”
Titled ‘My Advice,’ it finds Sarkodie insinuate that Wale’s reason for attacking colleague artistes is because his “hype is vanishing.”
He also responded to the claims that he is poor – asking God to bless him with poverty if his current life is what being poor looks like.
Sarkodie also takes a dig at Wale’s constant bragging about his properties saying he doesn’t have enough money to buy a brand new Vogue.
“Paul a wanba nt3m ni fame no fofo no/ Gyai alumi ni sh3 na sh3 cue blings,” raps Sarkodie.
“New money, new car, new house so you can’t think far but time is running out, we for raise bar. Cos after some time nobody get time for your bullshit/Eye wegyimi kakra, stay focused. How many times na makakyerε wo wɔ phone so sɛ nea woyɛ no nyina no dey need.”