Shatta Wale’s notoriety has increased from 200km/h to about 999km/h ever since he was invited to Flagstaff House by Ghana’s President.
Weeks after the visit, he waged a war against Nigerians and some popular acts from the Sister Country using all sort of abusive words and d*ss songs to describe them.
At a point, like a Somalia warlord, he introduced a deadly weapon into beef when he was captured firing a gun to warn Wizkid, Patoranking and Timaya. 3 days ago, the man has also slapped his bodyguard in front of 40,000 people at the S-Concert.
To some of these things, Cwesi Oteng thinks Nana Addo has probably regretted inviting the Dancehall Rebel to the seat of Ghana’s Government.
According to the Gospel Musician speaking on Rhythmz Live, Shatta Wale presented himself as the voice of the youth to the President and that is so contradictory to him making a gun a fashionable thing to the youth.
“So I think that it’s quite very irresponsible of him as much I respect him, he is a very influential artist in Ghana,” he told Regina Van Helvert on the Gh One Tv show.