- Titus Glover is not happy that Shatta Wale does not reciprocate his love for him
- He says he has stopped performing Wale's songs because of that reason
- Glover feels like Shatta does not want his friendship
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Nii Kwartei Titus Glover, a former Member of Parliament for Tema East, is publicly expressing his worry about Ghanaian artiste, Shatta Wale not showing him love.
The politician is known as a big fan of Wale who usually sings his songs during events.
"For some time now, I’ve stopped singing. Like I stated, Shatta is not treating me well because when somebody loves you, promote your music… tell me in this country which politician can openly promote his music all over and it’s gone viral. Not even a phone call," said Glover during an interview on DayBreak Hitz on Hitz FM.
The visibly sad former Deputy Transport Minister expressed concern at the lack of reciprocity from the Dancehall artiste.
“But I think he just doesn’t want my friendship so I have stopped and these days when they are even playing Obordobidi, I don’t sing.”
According to the once big fan of the Shatta Movement boss, his love for the artiste born Charles Nii Armah Mensah is no longer the same.
In another development, a UK movie featuring a song by Ghanaian producer, Gafacci, has won two awards at the 2021 British Academy Film Awards.
The movie titled 'Rocks' won the award for casting, and its lead star, Bukky Bukray won the EE Rising Star award.
The movie earned a total of seven nominations at the awards scheme. It is a drama about a girl (played by Bukray) who is struggling because she has to take care of herself and her younger brother (played by Ghanaian-British actor, D’angelou Osei Kissiedu) after they were abandoned by their mother.
Gafacci's song 'Banku Dade' plays in the background during scenes in the movie. The song is featured on the Asokpor 1.0 EP.
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