In a recent Facebook post, the artist behind "I Know My Level" accused some musicians of influencing their followers with a spirit of jealousy and sadness.
You have been brainwashed to hate innocent people – Shatta Wale to fans of artistes
Ghanaian Dancehall sensation, Shatta Wale, has taken to social media to express his concern about what he sees as a worrisome trend among fans of certain musicians.
Shatta Wale asserted that certain artists have successfully transmitted their spirit of jealousy to their supporters, who then adopt the enemies of their favorite artists.
In a post shared via Facebook on Sunday, January 28, 2024, Shatta Wale stated, "When I express myself and witness these sorrowful fans commenting under posts, I feel sorry for them because spiritually, their favorites have passed on the spirit of sadness and jealousy to them, and they carry it wherever they go."
The candid artist didn't hold back, suggesting that some fans are negatively impacted by their idols, resulting in them carrying a sense of jealousy wherever they go.
In a light-hearted manner, he added, "It’s not my fault your favorite artist isn't as wealthy as me, bro... I am self-made, and your favorite is like a product from China 🤣🤣 sorry 🙏, it hurts 🥲🥲 They've brainwashed you, oh 🤣🤣🤣."
To him, the jealousy will not help Ghana’s poor industry.
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