Shatta Wale fires Blakk Rasta for saying he only uses his fans to enrich himself (WATCH)

Ghanaian dancehall music star Charles Nii Armah Jnr popularly known as Shatta Wale has clapped back at his ardent critic Blakk Rasta after he called him out for failing to make any positive impact in the lives of his large fanbase.

Blakk Rasta and Shatta Wale

Blakk Rasta in an interview with Ghanaweb stated that Shatta Wale has failed to impact positivity into his fans’ lives. He said that all the musician does is brag about his expensive diamond, and gold pieces of jewelry, and fool around with his insensitive rants whereas his fans wallow in poverty.

"You have a lot of following, what are you doing with it? That is why I keep talking about Shatta Wale time after time. You supposedly have a huge following, but what are you teaching that following? It is about insults and fooling all over the place. That is all that you are doing” Blakk Rasta said during the interview.

Reacting to this in an Instagram live session on Thursday, September 2022, the ‘Melissa’ hitmaker cautioned Blakk Rasta to desist from constantly attacking his brand.

He added that he is very dear to God Almighty, the reason why he ensures to deal with people who come at him for no reason and advised him to change from his evil ways.

"I still keep on doing like what I came to say about Blakk Rasta that he should change. He should change his ways because he is the person who insults God's child and calls him a foolish and stupid boy and also talks about him for supposedly spending money anyhow. Blakk Rasta, you can't show anybody anyhow, because somebody can show you anyhow.

"I am a forking gift of God. I love you guys but I am gonna be coming here every time," Shatta added

The two have a longstanding rift between then which started when the veteran reggae musician bemoaned that Shatta Wale disrespected him and expressed no remorse after he helped him find his feet during the lowest moments in the beginning stages of the latter’s career.

He also stated that his relationship with Shatta Wale took a negative turn after the dancehall artist brought him about seven of his songs to be air-played but he resorted to playing only one because he didn’t enjoy the rest.

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