A tweep by name Lame Slayer has fumed over Shatta Wale’s new profane song as he expresses his disgust over the track and challenges his ticket to heaven on the Judgement Day.
The song which we refuse to mention the title sparked insults online just after it was released.
And this tweep thinks its profanity won’t give the self-acclaimed Dancehall King access to heaven.
“I will never understand if Shatta Wale makes it to heaven on judgement day with his w*** t** track,” angered tweep fumed.
I will never understand if Shatta Wale makes it to heaven on judgement day with his wumaame tw3 track
— lames slayer (@lamesslayer) May 20, 2016
Others also jabbed the singer for dropping such song. Check out a few Facebook and Twitter posts below;
De should band shattawale @shattawalegh s new music wumaame_tw3
Because that thing is not a music
— Blackstone Gh (@iamBlackstoneGh) May 17, 2016
You dey your mommie den grandmommie ein front dey sing Shatta wale ein womaame tw3 song, Charley that move #eBeFoul
— david Appah (@KrossBruckshoT) May 24, 2016
“Womaame tw3” too be track? 😂 https://t.co/WoiJuYK6X4
— Your Name Is What? (@MrBurnHard) May 20, 2016
Eish… Hmmm,.. 4rm Onyaaye Soormi to Ototo mi… & Now #Womaame_tw3… Buh Shatta kraa why??? a street Banger… https://t.co/hSIezAhPaq
— Bîgî Bèñsôñ (@BigiGh) May 16, 2016
We love you but womaame tw3 is way too overboard for a title ❤️🇬🇭💯 https://t.co/djiXhQQCt4
— Fiifi ® (@duncan_gh) May 16, 2016
Buh the womaametw3 track be foolish o
— ▲Pretty_Muhfvcka▲ (@Badass_pmf) May 15, 2016
Womaame tw3 dier no lie kraaa wale
— Fiifi ® (@duncan_gh) May 15, 2016
@shattawalegh I don’t like the lyrics. But I’m in love with the beat n ur voice.. lol man ah bad man.. #womaametw3 tune bad n banger 👍🔥🔥👍🔥👍
— AROLD (@Arold316) May 15, 2016