Celebrated Ghanaian singer and rapper, E.L, has sent a strong warning to critics of Shatta Wale to stop hating him because they would not succeed in doing so.
According to E.L, born Elorm Adabla, hating Shatta Wale only leads to hurting one’s self adding that one does so at his own risk.
It is unclear what is making E.L make these comments, after he had been rumoured to be at loggerheads with Shatta Wale a year or two ago.
According to a report by Ghanacelebrities.com, the two music giants, E.L and Shatta Wale were not seeing eye to eye.
The ‘Auntie Martha’ hitmaker was said to have declined to answer some questions about the self-acclaimed dance hall king, when he was being interviewed on Hitz FM last year, which led to speculations that he had issues with Shatta Wale.
However, he has currently made a quick turn-around on this assumption and praised Shatta Wale, saying he cannot be hated.
In an interview on Joy FM, E.L disclosed that contrary to media allegations, he has no issues with Shatta Wale, because Shatta is his brother.
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According to E.L, he received a good advice from the ‘Forgetti’ hitmaker when they were both in London sometime ago, and so he simply has no cause to hate Shatta Wale.
“I don’t have any problem with Shatta Wale; in fact he is my brother. He gave me an advice when we were at Heathrow Airport; we had a great discussion,” E.L said.
“I love Shatta Wale. You cannot hate him, you will be shooting yourself in the foot if you do,” he further warned.
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