Shatta Wale Stole My Song ‘Testimony’ – Underground Artiste Alleges

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Shatta Wale

Upcoming rapper, Nega Shinto, who hails from Koforidua has made same allegations that indicates that the dancehall king Shatta Wale stole his ‘Testimony’ song.

The year hasn’t been good for some musicians in Ghana. Many have been accused of stealing songs from their colleagues, one of such example is Kuami Eugene who is well known for that.

Shatta Wale on the other hand hasn’t had a smooth year either. The dancehall artiste has been heavily criticized by many, especially for the release of his ‘amount’ video, which many describe as a good video with a bad song.

Yesterday, the internet was all wavy as the dancehall artiste’s song, ‘Testimony’ was allegedly leaked. Amidst the leak, the song according to music lovers is a nice one and pleasant to the ears.

However, an underground artiste has alleged on facebook that Shatta Wale stole the song and the whole concept behind the song from him.

According to the underground rapper, he released his song before the dancehall king did.

In one of the comments, a facebook user refuted his point saying the underground artiste rather stole the song form Shatta Wale. To our surprise, Nega Shinto replied

“Ohhh why….. Abi I do am before he du la….. Even doo he used ma lyrics some kraa… Den same Chorus la”

Facebook post in photos:

Shatta Stole My song
Shatta Stole My song

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