Shatta Wale feels bad Sarkodie snubbed a fan in traffic

Shatta Wale feels bad Sarkodie snubbed a fan in traffic

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Self-Styled Dancehall King, Charles Nii Armah Mensah better known as Shatta Wale, is cautioning all musicians to ward off their sense of pride and arrogance to be able to connect with their grass-root fans.

Shatta Wale feels bad Sarkodie snubbed a fan in traffic

Shatta Wale and Sarkodie

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According to wale, he was a bit surprised and embarrassed when he heard rumors of Sarkkodie ignoring a fan who requested for a selfie in traffic.

To him, Sarkodie’s alleged snub is an unfortunate incident that made him a bit worried, adding that artistes must humbly roll down their car glasses when fans chance upon them wanting to have a feel of their talent.

Speaking in a media interview, Shatta advised that, Ghanaian artiste must shun their arrogance completely especially when dealing with their fans.

He revealed that, the only secret behind his success is how well he connects with his fans, regardless of their social status.

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The Shatta Movement boss lamented that, he simply doesn’t understand why some Ghanaian artistes find it so difficult to show a bit respect to the very admirers who made them what they are today.

“I really understand and feel their pain, because they’re not getting any artiste who understand them, recently I heard rumor about an artiste who refused to take selfie with a fan, yes Sarkodie, and I felt bad about it'' , he said.

The Dancehall King also insited that, though he doesn’t think Ghanaian artistes are excessively rude, he urged them to develop little sense of humility when dealing with supporters wherever they find themselves.

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