Stop playing these foreign songs or you get a beat down- Shatta Wale warns YFM

Stop playing these foreign songs or you get a beat down- Shatta Wale warns YFM

Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, better known as dancehall artiste Shatta Wale never holds back with criticisms, a trait he displays always.

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He has been at loggerheads with a number of showbiz industry stakeholders; always speaking his truth and never backing down from a challenge.

Shatta Wale blasts YFM for playing foreign songs

Shatta Wale

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Shatta Wale in a video posted by a Twitter user on Saturday turned his criticism train onto Accra-based radio station YFM.

While driving about with his girlfriend Shatta Michy, the Shatta Movement king fumed at the foreign music that was being played on the radio station.

According to him, the song which was by a Brazilian artist, was getting airplay when it did not make sense.

Shatta Wale stated that had his song been full off the odd chorus as was exhibited by the particular musical note, Ghanaians would have called it rubbish, yet YFM seemed fine playing it on their station.

He warned that if the popular radio station did not end their constant airplay of foreign music, they would have to face an aggressive response.

Watch the video below:

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