Dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah (Shatta Wale) has reacted to arguments that suggests that he is inconsistent with his decisions.
Dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah (Shatta Wale) has reacted to arguments that suggest that he is inconsistent with his decisions.
Some industry players have taken a swipe at him for backtracking on his earlier decision not to be part of the annual Ghana Music Awards and its related issues after organisers, Charterhouse hauled him to court over charges of defamation.
On Wednesday, Shatta’s former manager, Lawrence Nana Asiama Hanson (Bulldog), took to his Facebook timeline to post a controversial comment that looked like a clone of a line of Shatta Wale’s popular Kakai song.
Bulldog appeared to be referring to a personality who he labels as inconsistent and confused.
“Yesterday, you said this, today you say different, tomorrow you will say that... Seriously? Forever and ever, you will be a JOKEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEER!!!!!!
#grateful #thywillbedone #killdemwithlove #sikanhyira” he posted.
Shatta Wale appears to have responded to the comment as he also took to his Facebook timeline to post:
“Forever and ever, I'll be your soldier
Forever and ever, I'll be your leader
Forever and ever, I'll be your teacher
Forever and ever, I'll be your father"
Its only a fool that doesnt change his mind..#notime”
Could that be a reply specifically for his former manager or anyone criticising his decision to be part of the 17th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards?
Shatta Wale and his team on Wednesday submitted works for consideration for the 2016 edition of the awards. According to him, he did so after numerous calls from his fans.