Budding Ghanaian rapper Kweku Smoke taken to social media to accuse Award Winning Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale of song theft.
According to Kweku Smoke, the incident happened after he had recently been endorsed by Shatta Wale who had invited him to his house and promised to sign him afterwards.
The Yedin hitmaker claim he made a visit to the controversial singers abode where he played him couple of his songs and presented him with one he wants to feature him on but later realized Shatta Wale had ripped his song tweaking it to make it his own.
Kweku Smoke shared a video on his Instagram page on Friday, November 8, lambasted the SM Family label boss and explained exactly what happened.
“First of all, I know people will hate and insult me for my comment but I don’t care,” he said before going in on the singer: “Shatta Wale tweeted about me some time ago that he likes my talent.”
“I respected the tweet so I went to his house and played some of my records for him. I then play one of the songs I wanted to feature him. He also gave me one of his songs to jump on it and I did it nicely and sent back. But he didn’t put his verse on mine. Later, he tweaked my song and stole it.”
“I beg, I don’t want to sound disrespectful to others. I’m in my lane and I’ve always been. Only God knows why you wanted to sign me. What will you gain from stealing my songs?” he quizzed.
Watch the full video below;