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16 years ago I told Shatta Wale he will be bigger than Bob Marley – Tinny

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16 years ago I told Shatta Wale he will be bigger than Bob Marley – Tinny

Shatta wale’s Godfather, Tinny has made a shocking revelation which seems manifested.

In an interview with Abeiku Santana, Aletse Kankpe, who is mostly known for his dope Ga bars since the 2000’s disclosed how he had hope in Shatta’s artistry.

According to the ‘Makola Kwakwe’ hitmaker, he believed in Shatta the first day he met him and told him blankly he is going to be bigger than Bob Marley.

That was 16years ago, and though Wale is not bigger than Bob Marley now, the words from his Godfather seem to have had a huge impact on his career as he keeps soaring to exceptionally greater heights.

No wonder the Melissa hitmaker always praises Tinny and even lauds him in his songs.

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“Kwaw Kesse, D-Black and Patapaa are the lamest artistes in Ghana”

The interview would not have come to a close should Abeiku Santana decided to flip the much-anticipated brouhaha existing between Kwaw Kesse and Bardman Tinny.

Which saw Kwaw Kesse and Tinny in a rather weird banter that wowed almost everyone.

When asked Tinny why he is still in unbalance terms with the boss of madtime records, he emphatically voiced he doesn’t have any feud with Kwaw Kesse but the only thing is, he doesn’t listen to his songs.

This response from Tinny confirms and insists on his previous comments he made saying, Kwaw Kesse is a lame artiste.

On the other hand, one may pose D-black and Patapaa to be doing quite well in the music scene, but Shatta’s fortune teller is of a different opinion as he labelled them as a nuisance to the industry.

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