This December, Ghanaian music lovers expected to see rapper Ponobiom and dancehall artiste Shatta Wale on the Freedom Concert stage, but it couldn't happen even though the Gbee Naabu invited Sister Yaa Pono to his concert.
In his most recent interview, Ponobiom blamed Shatta, claiming that Shatta did not invite him.
“It was too early, and I hadn't received a call. I didn't anticipate a social media interaction because, if I really wanted him to be in a song or video, I wouldn't do it through a video. In a Kingdom FM interview, Ponbiom said, “He wasn't really serious.
The terms of his performance in strictly business mode would have been decided by his management, he said.
Ponobiom claimed he anticipated such chats from Shatta, regardless of whether he would demand payment or engage in barter exchange.
He continued by saying that his management would have been involved in determining the conditions of his work in a totally professional manner.
Pono added that he expected Shatta to have such dialogues, whether he would demand payment or engage in barter exchange.
The Amen hitmaker then acknowledged that, aside from their musical “conflict,” he has no personal beef with the self-proclaimed Dancehall King and anticipates that he will behave appropriately.