Ghanaian dancehall sensation, Shatta Wale rained unprintable insults on his former militant Joint 77 as the two clashed on the airwaves of Hitz Fm this morning.
Their altercation came after Joint77 made some claims that did not sit well with his former boss. Among other claims, he said that although Shatta Wale supported him he hardly appreciated his efforts.
Shatta Wale also said that, Joint77 and other militants were unappreciated of the efforts he made for them and have resulted to badmouthing him.
According to him , his SM Militants, made up of Addy Self, Captan, Joint 77 and Natty Lee wrote none of the songs he featured them on to attain the limelight.
He added that, the SM Militants were too lazy, hence he had parted ways with them for good.
But in an interview on Daybreak Hitz, Joint 77 said he also wrote some of the songs, adding that, he co-wrote the song with Shatta Wale before the other Militants gave their verses.
Joint 77 further added that, after Shatta Wale sacked him, he had been trying to apologise through some big men but Shatta has never listened to him.
The assertion didn’t go down well with Shatta Wale. He told Andy Dosty the main reason he sacked Joint 77 was because music wasn’t his thing.
An angry Wale, ranting in his normal manner, called Joint 77 all kinds of names and insulted his mother as well.
Joint tried to cool things down by saying he loves and respects Wale but the SM boss just got more annoyed.
“F*ck you for loving me. Your mother! Why would you tell me you love me?….You see the car you dey use, I go make them come take am right now!” Wale screamed.
He later said in the interview that he’s done with Joint and wants nothing to do with him anymore.
Shatta Wale also made the public aware that though Joint 77 has left his camp, he is bonded to a lifetime contract, hence can’t be managed by any other record label.
Joint 77 on the other hand disagreed and said he didn’t sack himself, hence he believes the contract got “terminated” the day Shatta went live on Facebook to make the public aware that the Militants were no longer part of his brand.