SM Militants will be welcomed back if only they change their mentality - Shatta Wale

SM Militants will be welcomed back if only they change their mentality - Shatta Wale

- Shatta Wale has said he is ready to take the SM Militants back on condition that they change their mentality

- He said he does not hate the men but only the way they think and do their things

- Shatta Wale had sacked them following reports that they SM Militants had badmouthed him to friends in the US

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Ghanaian Dancehall champion Shatta Wale has said that he is ready to take his SM MIitants back on just one condition.

According to him, if the militants are willing and ready to change their mindsets, he will gladly take them back into his camp.

Shatta Wale reportedly made this revelation in a report sighted by on during an interview with Hitz FM.

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He added that he has no hate for the militants but he dislikes their unrestrictive attitude.

I don’t hate them at all. I only want them to change,” Shatta Wale stressed.

He had earlier sacked the militants whom he sang Taking Over and Forgetti, two serious hit songs with.

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Shatta Wale accused them of badmouthing him to his friends in the USA.

According to him, among other things, the Militants told the friends that he Shatta Wale does not pay them any money after they perform with him at events.

Shatta Wale said he was pained by that attitude because “what I have done for them, not even their mother or father has ever done that.”

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Consequently, Captan, one of the militants, addressed the matter issuing a stern warning to Kelvynboy.

Addiself, on the other hand, begged Shatta Wale to take him back because he has changed.

Joint 77 also trended in the news following widely circulated reports that Shatta Wale seized his car.

Andy Dosty, host at Hitz FM, however, rubbished that report telling what exactly happened.

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