Omar Sterling performs alongside Wizkid and declares, “I don’t believe in Ghana or Nigeria.”

R2Bees' Omar Sterling has taken a different approach to the Ghana vs. Nigeria argument.

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Omar Sterling performs alongside Wizkid and declares,

While performing at the R2Bees and Friends event, the Ghanaian rapper Omar Sterling made a meaningful revelation as he was set to announce Wizkid to come and join him on stage.

“I do not believe in Ghana or Nigeria, we are just human beings, Ghana or Nigeria is just an illusion,” he told the audience.

The rapper formerly known as Paedae believes there is no distinction between Ghanaians and Nigerians. In the video below, the “Essence” singer joined his Ghanaian brothers on stage and performed together to the delight of the enthralled audience.

Omar Sterling’s remarks follow recent tensions between Ghanaians and Nigerians following a scandal sparked by Shatta Wale.

During Shatta Wale and Medikal’s recent concert, called “Freedom Wave,” the dancehall star took use of the opportunity to slam his detractors, saying, “Do you know that the majority of people in the Ghana music industry are fools?”

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He added, charging his stadium’s throngs of people, saying “They said that I would be unable to fill my stadium. I don’t look up to any obnoxious Nigerian musician; I look up to my followers. Nigeria is a scumbag “..

The brief video of his speech went viral, prompting rants from some Nigerian social media users.

Nigerians descend on Shatta Wale

Nigerians descend on Shatta Wale
Nigerians descend on Shatta Wale
Nigerians descend on Shatta Wale
Nigerians descend on Shatta Wale
Nigerians descend on Shatta Wale
Nigerians descend on Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale moved to Twitter to respond to the Nigerians who were attacking him. “As for Nigerians, they believe they can always say whatever they want.” “Fuck your talks, ya’ll who think I spoke the truth this, I don’t even remember you guys promoting Ghanaian artiste in your country, until u guys realize your artiste blow in Ghana to say thank you..F,” he tweeted.

In another tweet, he stated, “bring it on and your talent will not get the fanfare they got from Ghana… I can put a stop to that… Don’t dare to challenge me… It’s true, your artists come here for numbers before the rest of the world recognizes them… Appreciate Ghana supporting your artiste and stop this foolishness”.

However, in the middle of it all, Omar Sterling claims that Ghanaians and Nigerians are all simply human beings and that the sense of difference is a delusion. More from him may be seen in the video below.

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