- Controversial Ghanaian actress Rosemond Brown has warned Shatta Michy to stay put in her relationship with Shatta Wale or risk losing him
- The actress revealed that she was ready to take care of Shatta Wale should he break up with his longtime girlfriend
Actress Rosemond Alade Brown has sent a word of caution to Shatta Michy over her ‘confusion-rocked’ relationship with multiple award-winning dancehall act, Shatta Wale.
According to Rosemond Brown, she was going to start dating Shatta Wale should Shatta Michy decide to break up with him
Rosemond admonished Shatta Michy to stay put in her relationship since no relationship in the world was bereft of issues and challenges.
She went on to add that Shatta Wale was already in love with her and would not hesitate dating her should he split with Shatta Michy.
Rosemond Brown revealed that Shatta Michy wickedly dumped a man she was dating when she met Shatta Wale.
She advised Shatta Michy, known in real life as Diamond Michelle Gbagonah, to stop saying she suffered for Shatta Wale when in actual fact, she had not.
Rosemond added that if Shatta Michy was fed up with her relationship with Shatta Wale, she (Rosemond) was more than willing to take her place.
Not too long ago, it was reported that there had been a bust up in the residence of Shatta Wale and Michy which led to a blows and knife fight.
After the fight, both celebrities took to Facebook to air their grievances and threatened to call it quits owing to the confusion.
Not long after the social media war between the tow, the posts that were made by Shatta Michy in the heat of the moment were all taken down.
It was however discovered later that the confusion between Shatta Wale and Shatta Michy was just a publicity stunt.
Rosemanod Brown became very popular after her video she recorded in which she was lambasting Moesha Buduong over her viral CNN interview with Christiane Amanpour.
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