- Rosemond Brown has expressed her disappointment in Shatta Wale over his recent viral video
- The actress advised the dancehall act to take it slow even though she knew he was ‘crazy’
Controversial actress, Rosemond Alade Brown has expressed her disappointment in dancehall act, Shatta Wale, following a viral ‘adult’ video believed to be that of the singer and another person being serviced by a lady.
Speaking in a self-recorded video which was posted on her Instagram account, Rosemond Brown revealed that she was heartbroken over the said video and sent a piece of advice to Shatta Wale.
According to Rosemond Brown, even though Shatta Wale was ‘crazy’, she admonished to take his gimmicks down a notch since they could have an adverse effect on the singer.
Rosemond Brown added that it was plausible that the breakup between Shatta Wale and Shatta Michy was having a toll on the singer resulting in his recent attitude and outbursts.
The actress who has christened herself ‘Akuapim Poloo’ went on to touch on the mental state of the singer and revealed that he was too crazy for her to love him.
She added that even though she was crazy, Shatta Wale was crazier and it was evident most of his actions.
Shatta Wale broke the internet a few days ago when a video content he is believed to have been involved in, got leaked.
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The ‘Taking Over’ singer, when the video got leaked came out to lash out at the bloggers who were ‘running’ with the story.
In a new twist however, Natty Lee came out to confess that the video was leaked from his phone by mistake and also went ahead to apologize to the SM fraternity.
Shatta Wale has also apologized to all his fans and business partners over the video leak. He also expressed his remorse over the media backlash.
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