Charles Nii Amarh Mensah, popularly called Shatta Wale has sternly warned bloggers and media men to refrain from reporting false stories about him.
The Ghana dancehall king said failure on the part of bloggers to comply will land them into serious troubles.
Shatta Wale gave this warning when he went live on Facebook on Monday night.
He also talked about others issues including his relationship with other Ghanaian artistes and the division in the music industry.
The Youtube highest paid Ghanaian musician wondered why bloggers have resorted to always tarnish his image rather than promote him.
His demeamour in the video gives clear indication that the ‘Ayoo’ hit maker is not happy with recent news about him in the media.
He also complained about ‘bad publicity’ given him all the time which shows that Ghanaian bloggers want to ‘pull him down’
He stated that he is aware of news circulating about him in the media but has just decided not to pay attention to them.
But warned that the day he decides to react to such stories will spell the doom of the bloggers.
“I can just slap them [bloggers] for those things they have been writing about me; but I won’t do that,” he disclosed.
According to Shatta Wale, he is a very law-abiding citizen and so he would not take the law into his own hands to beat the bloggers.
Rather, he would get the culprits arrested by the police and severely dealt with.
The ‘Taking Over’ hit maker is also not happy for what he calls ‘tagging him in bad reportages that have nothing to do with him’.
He stated, for instance, that Ghanaian bloggers decided to mention him when Burna Boy’s criminal case broke out.
“When Burna Boy’s case came out, they wrote ‘Shatta Wale’s friend Burna Boy caught in robbery’, all because they want to spoil my name,” he said.
Shatta Wale further asked bloggers to make their offices known if they are ‘men enough’.
“And that is when someone will just walk in and beat them very well for their foolishness,” he stated.
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Source: Yen News