Self-styled relationship expert and marriage counselor, George Lutterodt, has fired another shot at Shatta Wale’s ‘baby mama’, Michy.
According to Lutterodt, Shatta Michy is a ‘big fool’ to have left her father’s house to stay with a man she is not legally married to.
The controversial dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale and his son’s mother were recently engaged in a social media banter after they allegedly had some family challenges in their relationship.
The outspoken musician who first opened up on the matter in a social media post called it quits between the two 'love birds'.
Wale also accused his long-time girlfriend of chasing him around his own house with a kitchen knife.
However, Shatta Michy on her side, disclosed that Shatta Wale had turned her into a ‘punching’ bag at home.
In her bid to prove her point to the general public, Michy posted an ‘assault photo’ of herself to her fans on Facebook.
But the social media controversy between the Ghanaian musician and his ‘baby mama’ later turned to be a hoax.
This angered many of their social media fans who expressed mixed feelings about their infamous social media display.
Counselor Lutterodt's full interview on Kofi TV
But reacting to the issue, Counselor Lutterodt indicated that she [Shatta Michy], even deserves a better beatings of her life from Shatta Wale.
“Is Shatta Michy a wife? She is not a wife, she is a ‘baby mama’. What are you doing in a man’s house? Shame on you. Shatta Wale could have regretted beating a wife not a baby mama,” he lashed out.
The controversial marriage counselor maintained that, “Shatta Michy has the right to go and report to the police rather than showing her wound on social media in search for silly sympathy."
George Lutterodt in her media interaction insisted that, Michy has devalue herself in the hands of Shatta Wale and he can therefore use her as a mop.
“The way you are, you can leave your father’s house to stay with a man to produce children. You’re mad,” he said.
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