It’s Not as Serious as We Think; Criss Waddle Performs Shatta Wale’s Hit Songs In Tamale! See For Yourself…


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Criss performs Shatta’s songs during the Northern Music Awards in Tamale, delivering an outstanding performance which has become the talk of the town

Just maybe, fans have been blowing the so called feud between Arab Money Gang (AMG) boss Criss Waddle and dance hall king Shatta Wale, out of its proportion. Following the Bie Gya controversy which created a huge chasm between their respective fan tribes, Ghanaians currently have the notion that the two are now outright enemies.

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Almost every music follower is now familiar with the clash between Shatta and Waddle. Notwithstanding their ongoing squabble, Criss performs Shatta’s songs during the Northern Music Awards in Tamale, delivering an outstanding performance which has become the talk of the town.

Criss Waddle’s differences, (or should we call it ‘imaginary beef’) with shatta didn’t stop the AMG boss from having fun on stage as he performed Shatta’s hit songs, ‘Kakai’, ‘Chop Kiss’ and ‘Dancehall King’. The fans who were in awe at his amazing performance sang and danced along enthusiastically.

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Busting some dance moves on stage during his performance, fans of Waddle who are very sensitive when it comes to the AMG boss, also danced along. This simply implies, that despite the beef between himself and Shatta Wale, Criss still has the Kakai hit maker at heart.

Clearly, moves made by celebrities are most of the time, misinterpreted by the public, especially by fans. There might be a ‘beef’ between the two but it doesn’t mean it is as deep as the public is taking it. After seeing this video you will understand that the so called ‘beef’ between the ‘former buddies’ is not as bad a it seems.

Well, is there hope that they might reconcile? We just have to wait and see.

Go on, see for yourself:

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