- Controversial Ghanaian actress Rosemond Brown has rescinded her decision to date Shatta Wale
- The actress revealed that she was not ready to take care of Shatta Wale after what he did to Shatta Michy on her birthday
Actress Rosemond Alade Brown has sent a word of caution to Shatta wale over her decision to take over after his ‘failed relationship with Shatta Michy due to the way the former treated the latter a few days ago.
According to Rosemond Brown, she was not prepared to be treated badly by Shatta Wale judging by how he wickedly ‘abandoned’ Shatta Michy on her birthday.
The actress who could not believe why Shatta Wale could not even have the courtesy to wish the mother of his son a happy birthday revealed that the action was a mark of a ‘wicked’ person.
She added that Shatta Michy had been there for Shatta Wale and had loved him all this while but for the ‘Taking Over’ singer to go mute on the birthday of his baby mama was just unforgivable.
Rosemond Alade Brown, who has nicknamed herself as ‘Akuapem Poloo’ adviced Shatta Wale to rethink his decision of ‘dumping’ Shatta Michy after she has sacrificed a lot to be there for him.
The actress went out of her way to wish Shatta Michy a happy birthday in a self-recorded video which she posted on her Instagram handle.
Prior to that, she was seen in another video asking Shatta Michy to step aside if she felt she could not take care of Shatta Wale.
She went on to even say she was the best fit to replace Shatta Michy after news of her break up went viral on social media.
Rosemond Brown has made a name for herself in the past few days and has enjoyed a lot of media attention as a result of her controversial interviews and videos.
Recently, she crossed swords with TV personality, Deloris Frimpong-Manso after her interview on the Delay Show was cancelled.
Rosemond Brown has since been on a warpath with the popular TV icon and is asking for an apology for the unfortunate incident.
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