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'If you have money, use it to fix your big mouth' – Kwaw Kese to Shatta Wale

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Hiplife artiste Kwaw Kese seems to not give dancehall artiste any breathing space after the latter in a recent interview referred to Sarkodie and himself as poor .

We reported earlier that the man insane responded to shatta wale’s jab by saying that Shatta Wale was under the influence of tramadol via a tweet and is the main reason he can not stop his ‘foolishness’ .

However , in a self made video which is circulating on social media , the CEO of the mad time records blasted the self acclaimed dancehall king for making such an uncalled for statement .

According to him, if Shatta Wale claims he is rich then he should build his own house and not live in the apartment given to him by Zylofon music .

He also added that his deformed mouth or large month should be fixed since he claims he is rich .

He however quizzed Shatta Wale if he is poor , ” are you the one that pays the school fees of my children “?

Well it looks like Shatta Wale has bitten more than he can chew .

In the video he was heard saying :“If you claim someone is poor and you have money then build your own house.Your mouth like “Pokémon ” you live in a Zylofon apartment and you have small money so u think the world belongs to you. “aboa!” If you have money , ‘masa’ fix your mouth .if you have money use some to fix your “wele” mouth and stop giving out your wife for loan “.

Shatta Wale however is yet to respond to Kwaw Kese “diss ” ..

Shatta Wale and Kwaw Kese have been involved in a feud for the past weeks after Kwaw Kese in a twitter told Shatta Wale to be straight and stop the hypocrisy .

They have since then attacked each other on several occasions and this happens to be one of them .

It sure looks like the beef is not ending anytime soon as we know for sure that Shatta Wale will definitely respond

 

Source: browngh.com

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