Popular Ghanaian dancehall musician Shatta Wale has got Ghanaians talking with his latest post on Facebook.
Shatta Wale has sent a strong message to his fans concerning how they should relate to the numerous negative news in the media domain.
According to the self-proclaiming king of African dancehall, fans should not share negative stories of other people on their wall.
In a Facebook post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale expressed his sentiments about the recent VGMA fracas as he warned his fans.
“My fans pls don’t go diss nobody on their wall and pls don’t share things on your wall about other people if it negative because we are a movement with positivity,” he wrote.
By this order from Shatta Wale, it means that he does not want his fans to insult Stonebwoy, Charterhouse as well as share negative stories about them.
The ‘Gringo’ hitmaker in addition to his directive dare to block anyone who flouts the order he has given concerning criticizing his enemies.
“If its not Shatta Wale that you truly say you love, pls and pls don’t otherwise I will block and delete people like that out of my friend list. With all respect,” he warned.
It is surprising however to note that Shatta Wale would advise his fans to desist from slamming his enemies since he and his fans are critical of such attitude.
But it is somewhat a good order since Shatta Wale seems to have learnt a lot of lessons from his recent scuffle with Stonebwoy at the 2019 VGMA grand event held on May 18, 2019.
The controversial musician also jabbed Charterhouse in his post as he accused them of having their own agenda after begging to make him come on board.
“I tried, I sat with them and accepted their offer to invite me on the board again but not knowing the had their own agenda,” he wrote.
Shatta Wale is in yet another problem with Charterhouse after his brouhaha with them in 2013 that led to his earlier ban.
This time, he has been banned together with Stonebwoy for their scuffle at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards grand event.
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