Rivalry dancehall artistes Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy shared one stage Saturday night as the two performed at the annual Ashaiman to da World Concert held by the latter at the Sakasaka Park.
The two, who have been at loggerheads for years, but recently made up, were seen on stage Saturday chit-chatting and making fun of each other when they performed to thousands of fans who gathered for the concert.
They seem to have had a very good relationship since they both called a truce months ago after the nasty VGMA incident that caused charges to be proffered against them by the State.
Shatta and Stonebwoy took turns to perform each other’s songs together intermittently at the concert Saturday night.
A visibly excited crowd jammed to tunes from the two as they partied the night away.
Ahead of the concert, Shatta Wale had promised on social media and through separate interviews that he was going to be at the concert to support ‘his brother’ Stonebwoy.
Stonebwoy’s ‘Ashaiman to da Word Concert’ is held annually in Ashaiman where he grew up.
The award-winning dancehall artiste deems the concert an opportunity to give back to the people who support him from his place of birth.
This year’s event saw performances from rapper Sarkodie, Quamina MP, Guru and other artistes who showed up to support him.
Fans were given back to back music from Saturday night through to the early hours of Sunday, December 1 when the concert officially ended.