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Singer says he's done with Nigeria

Shatta Wale went on to complain of being considered cheap in Nigeria, calling out Wizkid and refusing to acknowledge him as a superstar.

The Ghanaian artiste took to Snapchat to rail at President Muhammadu Buhari and the Nigerian music industry.

In the video clip he shared on social media, Wale vows never to return to Nigeria.

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Shatta Wale went on to complain of being considered cheap in Nigeria, calling out Wizkid and refusing to acknowledge him as a superstar.

Watch the clip below:

Of course, the clip has now led to the usual Nigeria versus Ghana argument on social media, as Nigerians and Ghanaians trade barbs.

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