soceitywatch.net posted a story some days back about how reggae/dancehall artiste IWAN has finally gone back to “successful” Shatta Wale, the same person he dissed and described as a “Konko” and “jamma” artiste, to jump on his “SweetRiddim” project.
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But it looks like this story didn’t go down well with IWAN as it hit his feelings so hard so that he couldn’t sit back but respond.
In his response, he described the writer as a “stomach blogger” and quizzed how much he is paid? Well, maybe he’s paid better than how much you (IWAN) receive per show; hwew!!
I am not going to touch on or even respond to his long-essay explanations or unnecessary rantings about Shatta Wale not being fit for a backing or an outro in his song; that’s not the aim of this write up.
I only want to tell him to concentrate on his career and how he can become a mainstream artiste. I will advice him to start releasing good and marketable songs, rather than attacking individuals like Shatta Wale who are thinking daily about how to make money and make his SM family a happy home. If you despise this advice, you are doing so at your own peril IWAN.