Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has decried why some Ghanaians refer to his fans as the worst society has to offer. In a tweet response to journalist Gary Al-Smith, Shatta Wale described the situation as a "silent reflections of society".
Al-Smith had tweeted about how Ghanaians look down on members of the acclaimed Shatta Movement. The Movement is a collection of fans of the artiste.
Some concerned members of Shatta Movement have been complaining about how people view them as illiterates and sometimes, thieves. This perception has been a long-living one.
Al-Smith tweeted: "“There is a certain image of @shattawalegh that, as a fan, hurts me very much. Apparently we are all low class, uncouth, illogical vagabonds.
Many of us are actually decent, logical and thoughtful. Hopefully the image changes. I must admit this meme is funny tho. Lol”.
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Shatta Wale picked up on Al-Smith's observations and offered his response.
The 'Ayoo' singer tweeted: Bro this is a silent reflection of society and how we as a people constantly undermine the strength of the masses ..
I love my fans and won’t change them for nothing .. Every game has its own unique players ..I am Shatta Wale and Shatta Movement is For life
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It remains to be seen if Shatta Wale's defence will actually force people to reconsider their perception of him and his fans.
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