Instead of replying back with a diss video, Shatta reacts to the insults by revealing to the public that his own version of ‘Bie Gya’ track has been aired on MTV Base Africa
Social media had been flooded With Criss Waddle’s ‘diss’ video to Shatta Wale, where he called him a ‘sell out’ among other awful things. He had also taken to a social media platform to dare Shatta to reply his insults. All ears have been on the ground to hear Shatta’s version.
However, instead of replying back with a diss video, Shatta reacts to the insults by revealing to the public that his own version of ‘Bie Gya’ track has been aired on MTV Base Africa. The dancehall king has rather decided to celebrate victory, by indicating that his version has made waves more than that of Criss Waddle.
He shared a screenshot of his Bie Gya version on MTV Base’s site, alongside the caption, “Wow wow wow …Has it gotten this far already…Hardwork pays for real..Thnx MTVbase Africa ..#Biegya #notime #ATS #29th April 2016′‘.
Shatta Wale utilizing the situation to his own interest is using this beef to promote his upcoming ‘After The Storm album’ which is set to be released this month. It is really surprising that Shatta decided not to go derogatory on Criss, after the demeaning words he had used on him.
Criss Waddle had blasted Shatta on social media for stealing his ‘Bie Gya’ beat to make another version of the song. Criss’ diss video came on the heels of numerous mouth lashing from Shatta’s fans who mocked him for copying the song. Criss however, to clarify issues, roared out at Shatta for stealing his beat.
The Bie Gya saga also escalated to Criss saying that he turned down a request by Shatta’s Michy for sex. But as it seems Shatta Wale is clearly not cut out for some brouhaha, as he is busy putting things in place for his next album.