- Addi Self, one of the Shatta Movement (SM) militants, has spoken
- He said he was serving his former boss, Shatta Wale, with girls to sleep with when they were friends
- Addi Self also accused Captan of being a black sheep among the militants in that he always gossiped about what they discussed to Shatta Wale for favour
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A former member of the Shatta Movement (SM) militants, Addi Self, has confessed to giving his former boss, Shatta Wale, women to sleep with when they were together.
Addi Self said he picked sweet women from wherever he got them for his boss to satisfy his pleasure.
He denied ever being given a woman by Shatta Wale, saying it was rather the other way round.
Addi Self’s revelation follows an earlier comment Shatta Wale made on Hitz FM during an interview that he clothed and fed the militants, including paying for them to sleep with any woman of their choice.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com, Addi Self was reported to have said he loves his wife and their lovely children, therefore, he would never do a thing like that.
He also accused Captan, another member of the militants, of being a mole.
According to Addi Self, Captan was always leaking information the militants discussed among themselves to Shatta Wale for special treatment.
He further described him as a “black sheep” and “sell out”, stressing that the other men are disappointed in him.
The SM militants were made up of Addi Self, Captan, Joint 77, and Natty Lee.
Shatta Wale had sacked them after he accused them of badmouthing him to friends in the USA.
Among the accusations, Shatta Wale said the militants told friends that he was cheating them and never paid them when they attended shows together.
Shatta Wale got angry and said he has done so many things for them that their family members have not done before.
In a recent report by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale gave the only condition under which he would accept the militants back.
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