Samini Turns into Jesus Christ – Says Ghanaians Should Forgive Shatta Wale For ‘He Did Not Know What He Did’

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Samini has called on Ghanaians to forgive his old rival Shatta Wale for his role in the VGMAs brouhaha which occurred last weekend.

Speaking a bit like Jesus Christ, Samini said Shatta Wale did not know the trouble he was causing and therefore he should be forgiven for it, much like Jesus said God should forgive the soldiers for his death because they did not know what they were doing.

Samini was on Hitz Fm today and spoke on numerous issues surrounding the VGMA brouhaha and as we’ve already reported, he said Stonebwoy made a mistake and that if he was on stage with him his ‘son’ would not have pulled out a gun.

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He also added that Shatta Wale is clearly the one at fault as he’s always tormenting Stonebwoy but called on Ghanaians to forgive Wale, whom he still calls Bandana.

According to him, even though Bandana was wrong, he deserves forgiveness because “he did not know what he did.”

He said provoking others is what Wale does and therefore he is not surprised with what happened at the awards night.

Charterhouse, in reaction to the brawl, has banned both Stonebwoy and Wale from their awards and rescinded every award they won Saturday.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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