Shatta Wale Is Not Using His Brain To Promote His New Album — Sarkodie's Manager FIRES BACK

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Shatta Wale continues to insult and belittle every artist in Ghana but then turn around to complain that Ghanaians do not ‘support our own’.
The hypocrisy of Wale and his fans knows no bounds and over the weekend, he once again put that on display in Kumasi when he went after Kwaw Kese and even Sarkodie.
Shatta Wale attacked the two artists, claiming they are both very poor and suffering in  the industry.
“Kwaw Kese is very poor, Sarkodie is poor but for Stonebwoy because he is on the same label as me, he has a few things… but the rest of them are poor… I am saying the poor because it is very serious…” Wale said.
Sarkodie’s manager, Angel Town, has responded to the ‘diss’ and according to him Shatta Wale is just attacking the other artists to promote his new album.

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According to Angel Town, if Shatta Wale was smart he would rather call on the other artists to help him promote his album but because of his empty brain he thinks controversy is the answer to everything.
“I have seen him (Shatta Wale) attacking a lot of artistes perhaps to promote his album, even to the extent of taking it out on Sarkodie recently, yeah; but I think asking all these guys to help you and putting them together on a tour is the way to go, not fighting over kingship titles,” Angel Town hit back at the self proclaimed ‘dancehall king’.
Wale is fighting to make his ‘Reign’ album launch the biggest this country has ever seen but with the way he keeps dissing everyone, he might end up having to do everything on his own with no support from his fellow artists.
Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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