- Hitz FM host Andy Dosty says Shatta Wale did not seize Joint 7 7’s car
- He said the police were invited by the FM station as backup for any eventuality
- Shatta Wale and Joint 7 7 had clashed during an interview following he sacking the militants
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Andy Dosty, the host of You Say Wetin on Hitz FM, has denied reports that Shatta Wale sent the police to go and seize a car he bought for Joint 7 7, one of his militants.
They two clashed during an interview on Hitz FM following he sacking the militants.
Shatta Wale then ordered Joint 7 7 to go and park a car he bought for him in his Shatta Wale’s house, calling him ungrateful.
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Soon, some police officers were seen trooping the FM station, and this had many drawing conclusions that Shatta Wale had called on them to seize the car from Joint 7 7.
However, Andy Dosty has cleared the air.
According to him, the police were not invited by Shatta Wale but rather Hitz FM because “they feared the worst could happen”.
He explained further that the turn of events between Shatta Wale and Joint 7 7 scared the workers, and so they smartly thought of involving the police.
“Shatta Wale didn’t call the police, we called the police because we feared something could happen. So the police came to intervene. The police didn’t come to collect a car,” Andy Dosty said according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.
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Shatta Wale had earlier sacked the militants made up of Captan, Addi Self, Joint 7 7, and Natty Lee.
He said they were badmouthing him to his friends in the US.
Captan bravely addressed the issue, sending a stern warning to Kelvynboy.
Addi Self, on the other hand, has begged to be accepted by Shatta Wale.
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