Shatta Wale appears to be the most controversial Ghanaian musician, for which reason he is not liked by most people.
He has been branded as violent, a noise maker, and someone who does not deserve praise.
However, just as the old saying “one man’s meat is another man’s poison goes”, many more people seem to like and admire Shatta Wale.
This analysis was gathered by in a recent YEN.com.gh survey in which people were made to say the things they like and admire about Wale.
For most people, Shatta Wale is generous, resilience, and hardworking, and that make them love him.
Other surprisingly said they admired how Shatta Wale was constantly creating controversies within the entertainment industry.
For instance, John Sei, revealed that though he does not like Shatta Wale personally, he admired his down to earth attitude:
Nasir said he admired Shatta Wale's controversial attitude because it keeps other musicians on their toes:
Joyce Agyeman said she admired Shatta Wale's good heart:
After being trolled for his mouth which as been described as "extra large" and "gbee naabu" meaning dog mouth, Kofi said he admired Shatta Wale's mouth:
Michael said Shatta Wale was generous making him admire him so much:
Smith said Shatta Wale never gives up, and that is what he admired about him:
Obibini, who appeared to be a Stonebwoy fan, said Shatta Wale's constant engagement with his fan on social media is what he admired about him:
Jerry admired Shatta Wale for being positive in all aspects of his life:
Michael said he admired Shatta Wale's brand:
Shatta Wale has mostly been in the news for controversial reasons.
Recently, he called Ghana a village when he was performing to his fans in London.
His comments attracted massive criticisms but the 'Taking Over' hitmaker said he would not retract his statement.
Explaining his reasons for calling Ghana a village, Shatta Wale said the country lacked basic amenities and social interventions like hospital beds, good roads, others.
He is currently embarking on his 'Reign' album tour in London.
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