29-year-old rapper Darryl Paa Kwesi Bannerman-Martin known in showbiz s Joey B has spoken strongly against the beef emerging between two top Ghanaian musicians, Shatta Wale, and Kwaw Kese.
The ‘Tonga’ hitmaker in a conversation with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM Friday morning and monitored by zionfelix.net told the two artists that their public utterances against each other are not necessary. Joey B who is not happy about Shatta and Kwaw’s exchange of words on social media asked them to put an end to it because it is not good for the growing Ghanaian music industry.
He asked Ghanaians to quench the fire that is emerging between the two musicians because they are “two highly inflammable materials which might end up on a wrong note.”
“Shatta is my father and Kwaw is also my father but I don’t think this thing is important. Right now we are at the moment where our industry is shaky and not stable so I think we should focus on how to build it internatonally for us not to go and stand somewhere for people to behave they don’t know us. We should focus on how to market our things out there for them to know us and not beef.” Joey B advised.
Shatta Wale and Kwae Kese have been throwing jabs at each other following the former’s assertion on radio days back that Sarkodie and most of his colleagues cannot brag like himself because they have not earned enough from music. This comment which did not go down well with ‘Abodam’ who is currently out of the country made him tweet that “Shatta always talking about unity but still dissing your colleagues, masa be straight!!!!”
Kwaw Kese who also wanted to prove that he is not a timid musician as the other artistes Shatta Wale has insulted in the past took to Twitter to write that “Shatta you be chicken for not understanding what I wrote. I didn’t attack you but addressing you to be straight. I can do videos to insult you too but 3ho nhia If you bring your self e go over you. Stop behaving like a third world artist” Kwaw Kese tweeted.”