Shatta Replies Criss Waddle In the Most Mature Way! See What he Told him…

The beef between the dancehall King and Criss Waddle is yet to die down completely against what we are thinking. Now, Shatta replies Criss in the most mature way. 

Shatta has replied the question Criss asked him, and clarified that ‘Bie Gya’ belonged to another artiste ‘Achipalago’ whom he informed prior to the release of the song.

Now, Shatta replies Criss, finally opening up fully on the dynamics of the ‘Bie Gya’ saga which has been all over the media. AMG boss, Criss Waddle had taken to social media to blast Shatta Wale when he released his version of Bie gya before him.

Criss Waddle was of the opinion that, he (Criss) was the first person to publicly reveal his intention to release a song titled ‘Bie Gya’ before Shatta ‘out smarted’ him and released his. According to him, he was disappointed at Shatta especially because of the relationship they have.

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However, on Pluz Fm, the ‘Am Ok’ hitmaker was asked whether he heard Criss Waddle’s Bie gya and made a smart move to release his first. Shatta replies the question and explained that ‘Bie Gya’ belonged to another artiste ‘Achipalago’ whom he informed prior to the release of the song.

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“I woke up on Sunday morning, and I started feeling the vibe, and it was like ‘Bie gya’ bie gya’ so I hit my studio right away and after playing the beat and laying the vocals on the beat, I called Achipalago and I told him I’ve used his term to do a song and how I mentioned his name on the song ‘dier’, he has to pay me like thousands and then Achipalago told me right away that Criss Waddle and Stonebwoy told him they’ve used the same term for an upcoming song but they don’t want to give him credit by mentioning his name in the song.”

He said he then uploaded his version on Facebook and asked Achipalago to download and share. Shatta also said he didn’t reply Criss Waddle’s insults because he has outgrown such, and would never go on social media to exchange insults with people. The ‘kakai’ hit maker said he wants to leave a good record for his children, hence his decision to be the ‘quiet’ one.

Shatta Wale who seems to be busy getting things ready for his album ‘After the Storm’ launch slated for Friday, April 29, said he has not spoken to Criss Waddle since the saga.