Shatta Wale Announces Nigeria Media Tour, Fans Come At Him With Old Tweets Bashing Nigeria

Shatta Wale Announces Nigeria Media Tour, Fans Come At Him With Old Tweets Bashing Nigeria

  • Ghanaian dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, has officially made known his intention to promote his Gift of God (GoG) album in Nigeria
  • This news comes months after he bashed Nigerian artists on his officially verified Twitter page in a series of rants
  • There have been diverse acceptance of the news as some pulled out receipts of unpleasant tweets from his page

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Ghanaian dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, has announced that he will be undergoing a media tour in Nigeria to promote his Gift of God (GoG) Album.

Shatta Wale
Shatta Wale. Photo Source: shattawalenima
Source: Instagram

He took to his social media pages to share a flier that had some details of his media tour in Nigeria. On the flier, it reads,

Shatta Wale King of Africa Dancehall. Nigeria Media Tour

This announcement comes days after he announced the release date for the much-anticipated and much-awaited album, Gift of God.

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During his performance at the just-ended Summer Stage at Central Park in Bronx, New York, he announced that the album is set to drop on all major streaming platforms on Monday, 17th October 2022.

Some reactions from Netizens

Even though fans of the Shatta Movement family are happy for the self-acclaimed dancehall king, the announcement did not go down well with some music lovers.

They are lashing out at the 'On God' hitmaker for a series of Twitter rants bashing Nigerian musicians.

Below are some reactions and how some fans have taken the news.

@laportajnr commented:

When you get there stand with what you said against Nigerian artists during the Christmas, don’t go and be lyk what you said was just for fun

@CalebBoonu07 said:

Wrong timing bro , they are busy watching BIGBRO naija . All their attention is on that show . Bro change the time .

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@ThoughtPillow commented:

Life deɛ so naa. All the best by the way

@Johnpau34316629 said:

We welcome you 1 Don,GH for life.

@1realstargaze commented:

Good to know you've changed your mind

@a_adeposi said:

You don forget say u fight burna boy

@Alhaji_Musah7 commented:

Eeeeiii U dey go Naija? Them go beat u..oo

Shatta Wale going on a media tour in Nigeria is a good strategy - Entertainment journalist

Entertainment journalist, Arnold Okai, has hinted that Shatta Wale going on a media tour in Nigeria is a huge move for him.

He hinted that although he has been on a series of social media rants throwing shade at Nigerians, it is a brave move on the part of the self-acclaimed dancehall king.

Now everybody wants to know who the shatta Wale is, what kind of music he does. The media tour is a good strategy that would promote him in a good light to the Nigerian people.

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He further stated that the media tour, in one way o the other, boost his streaming numbers when it comes to his yet-to-released Gift of God (GoG) album.

It will help him achieve the goal he wants to achieve, which will eventually help in pushing his new album. The album does need all the publicity it deserves.

Mr Okai also noted that the tour would also give the 'On God' hitmaker the opportunity to clear the air on his negative posts about Nigeria.

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