SHATTA WALE BLAMES SARKODIE’S FANS FOR KILLING HIS CAREER
The self acclaimed dance hall king came under fire in the hands of Ghanaians over the comment he made about Sarkodie.
In his interview with Andy Dosty of Accra based Hitz FM, he disclosed that he felt offended and disrespected when Sark refused to shoot his ‘megye wo girl’ music video.
He disclosed that “I am trying to charge Sarkodie for something from strongman.
He told me he will pay. If its strongman from sarkodie, they will have to pay because that’s how we can keep them on their toes.
If he charges me too, I will pay. When you are a man and you fear money, you will never get it.
According to Shatta, charging sarkodie and his people will be the best since it will wake them from slumber and put them on their toes.
Also, speaking to Andy as part of his promotional tour for his yet to be released ‘Reign’ album, he revealed that sarkodie refuses to support his own people, something he (Shatta) will never do.
He continued that, the king of rap was swift to shoot a music video with a Nigerian artist but completely ignored his own people.
This act according to him is never the best.
He said ” I did a song with him but he didn’t shoot the video but a Nigerian, he did. What is he talking about”? he questioned.
When asked why he didn’t shoot the music video himself, he said
“the time I did the dancehall commando, I had nothing, if Sarkodie had something small, he could have helped”.
Some fans of sarkodie who heard Shatta’s comment felt offended and moved straight to social media to attack him.
Responding to the fans who had no idea about the personal relationship between the 2, he disclosed to them that the comments he made in the interview was a common thing he’s been telling Sarkodie anytime they meet hence they should shut up.
He also attacked these fans for being responsible of bringing down the ‘can’t let you go’ singer’s career as a result of the unnecessary stuff they do on social media.
The ‘dancehall king’ singer is currently on his ‘reign’ album tour which will be released in October.
By Yormesor Emefa ||YooYooAfrica Media