It seems players of the Ghana Music Industry are divided over Shatta Wale’s infamous comments about Wizkid.
While others have shown supporting for their Ghanaian brother Shatta Wale, others have totally distanced themselves from the saga.
Samini is the first to declare his intentions of having no part in the fight.
Now, Tic Tac’s camp has also called the beef a ‘by force’ one, calling on the ‘Forgetti’ hit maker to desist from causing trouble when there is none.
They are asking Shatta Wale to rather channel his energy to learn positive ways of breaking into Nigeria’s market than resorting to unnecessary fights.
This comes from the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of talented hip-life musician Tic Tac.
The PRO, Mr. Edem Mensah-Tsotrome took to his social media page to express disgust about Shatta-Wizkid issue asking Shatta Wale to stop the fight.
He wrote: “Thinking aloud... Stop the by force beef, it is not nice.”
Edem called on fans of Shatta Wale to call him to order and teach him to respect himself as well as other musicians.
According to Tic Tac’s camp, Shatta Wale’s motive of attacking Wizkid is to destroy the brand the Nigerian artiste has worked hard to build over the years.
Another motive, they say is for Shatta Wale to break into the Nigerian music scene, hence his unwarranted fight against Wizkid.
This, Tic Tac’s PRO says is not the best.
According to them, Shatta Wale is not smart because this beef is going to cause him to lose out on good deals in Nigeria which has the biggest music market in Africa.
"When you say it, they will say he is smart.....what is smartness about this? Do you know the number of business deals and !Gigs this will cause him in Nigeria....."Edem wrote.
Shatta Wale’s attack on Wizkid according to Tic Tac’s camp, has gone a long way to affect President Akufo Addo’ reputation.
This is because some Nigerians of social media are disrespecting the President for inviting a ‘bad’ character to the Flagstaff House, Tic Tac camp says.
Shatta Wale has been in the news this week for saying he does not see any special talent in Nigeria’s Wizkid.
To Shatta, Wizkid is not any super star.
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