- Samini has reacted to the issues surrounding an alleged shooting of Shatta Wale
- The Linda hitmaker said Shatta Wale had cracked an expensive joke but the IGP was going to deal with him
- News was rife that the Ayoo hitmaker had been reportedly shot by unknown gunmen in East Legon
Award-winning Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Andrews Samini famed as Samini has taken a swipe at Shatta Wale for getting the whole country worked up with a shooting incident.
Taking to his personal Twitter space, Samini indicated that what Shatta Wale had done was not going to be taken lightly by the Ghana Police hierarchy.
Samini considered what Shatta Wale did as "cracking an expensive joke" and added that the Freedom singer was not going to be left off the hook for such an act.
The Linda hitmaker wrote: "Chirman @shattawalegh go crack expensive joke but the current #igp is not laffin ... now the matter chop hot and gangsters are on the run Accra is #burning .. ok I stop. I stop. Bandana ne gyimiiii di3 ooooo d333bida smh."
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Samini was reacting to news that went viral in the late hours of October 18, 2021, that Shatta Wale known in real life as Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., had been shot by unknown assailants.
Following the news, the Ghana Police Service sprang into action and mounted a search for the dancehall star.
The reports that followed were that Shatta Wale was nowhere to be found both in his home and in a number of hospitals.
Many loyalists of the Shatta Movement indicated that they were not aware of the shooting incident or the whereabouts of the musician.
Throwback video of Shatta Wale ordering the IGP to arrest 'stubborn' celebs pops up after his remand
YEN.com.gh solicited the views of Prince Opoku Frimpong, a Ghanaian publicist based in the United Kingdom over Shatta Wale's issue.
According to him, many Ghanaian celebs were facing publicity dent due to the fact that they decided to be their own PR on social media.
Prince Opoku Frimpong said it was important for celebs to employ the services of publicists who are experienced in the field of entertainment and in the social media space to do the talking on the celeb's behalf.
"Shatta Wale would not have run into this kind of issue if he had sought the services of a professional publicist. The publicist would have known what to put out to avoid any ramifications on the musician," Prince Opoku Frimpong noted.
Moving away from pranks, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that leading Ghanaian media personality, Fadda Dickson Narh, had reacted to some vile words thrown his way by comedian Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng, known publicly as Funny Face.
Fadda Dickson, who shared a photo from his vacation in faraway Germany, indicated that he was not going to let some vile words stop him from helping people.
The Despite Media boss was seen in a photo dressed in all black designer wear as he dropped some words on the Gram.
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