Here is why Shatta Berry was evicted from Talented Kids 2020

Here is why Shatta Berry was evicted from Talented Kids 2020

- Shatta Berry has been evicted from the 2020 Talented Kids show

- She had to leave because of one problem that kept reoccurring, according to the judges’ opinions

- They say she was unable to control her breathing during performances

- The little girl announced some time ago that she had been evicted and so her fans should stop voting for her

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The reason why Shatta Wale’s ‘music daughter’, Shatta Berry, was evicted from the 2020 Talented Kids show has come to the fore.

In a recorded show monitored by on TV3 on Sunday, May 10, 2020, the judges of the show, Auntie Paulina Oduro, and Uncle Benedict revealed why Berry could not continue in the show.

The problem, according to them, is that Berry is not able to control her breathing when performing and that was reoccurring.

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In an earlier episode aired two weeks previously, Berry was told the same thing by the judges because it appears she pants for breath when singing or rapping.

She was thus evicted alongside with Daniella, the only female rapper in the show.

Despite that shortfall, Berry entertained her fans throughout the show performing songs by her music father Shatta Wale.

She was able to perform even seemingly complicated ones like Gringo.

Meanwhile, the 7-year-old singer earlier announced to her fans that she had been evicted and so they should stop voting.

This did not go well with some of his fans who claimed that she was cheated.

Shatta Berry was also in the news recently for calling on Michy and begging her to return to Shatta Wale.

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