British High Commissioner to Ghana, Iain Walker, who is the replacement for the controversial Jon Benjamin says he has been following closely the banter between Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy and describes it as fun.
Mr. Iain Walker made this remark when he was talking about some of the great things Britain is doing to help promote the Ghanaian entertainment industry in an interview sighted by Zionfelix.net. Iain Walker believes the two artists have performed remarkably well for themselves and Ghana.
“Those guys are both brilliant, talented and really successful. I wish them all the best,” he added.
The diplomat made these comments in an interview on the sidelines of an exhibition to showcase Ghanaian paintings collected by Seth Dei. An auction of the artworks will be held in the UK by Bonhams in October 2018.
The two dancehall arts have been at each other’s throat for some years leading fans from both camps to engage in endless arguments on social media.
Stonebwoy, in a recent interview on Hitz FM, claimed rumors that he murdered his mum were being spread by the SM4lyf boss, Shatta Wale and used abusive words against Shatta Wale during the interview.
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