|Samini is a 'jamma' act - Shatta Rako|
|Written by Administrator on Monday, 19 August 2013 21:37|
Even before Sarkodie and Shatta Wale would send a response to Samini's 'Pink sheet' attack on them. The self hyped dancehall king in Africa has been served with some responses from the young talented Shatta Rako in the capacity of an 'amicus industrea' (friend of the industry).
Shatta Rako in his "key" titled reply, questioned Samini who made him the king he has conferred on himself and his moral uprightness to describe people as fakes. He described the multiple award winner as a ‘jamma’ artist whose lyrics are not exciting which he calls versatile. He described the celebrated artist as riding on the shoulders on other artist to be famous warned him to be silent before things got worse.
Shatta Rako who released on Rude Buoy Sterlings (former manager of Shatta Wale) label, says Samini is a coward and a copy-cut who is avoiding competition and dared him to tell Ghanaians why Ronny Coaches of Buk Bak fame slapped him. He also dared him to prove his worth by competing with Shatta Wale who challenged him to a dancehall competition.
You would recall that Samini not long ago released a single song titled 'pink sheet' which he quizzed Sarkodie and Shatta Wale on some pronouncements they have made in songs and interviews about/related to him. Samini's pink sheet which came as a surprise has so far had no response from the key culprits in the song though Iwan's attempted reply fell flat. This appears to be the beginning of a long fussing and back-chatting in the dancehall section.