Prominent Ghanaian Dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, has broken his silence on the reasons that informed his sacking of his signees, widely referred to as militants.
According to the “I know my level” hitmaker, he parted ways with the group even before January or somewhere in the middle of the same month, but he kept it under wraps because he wanted to maintain his dignity while also protecting the image of the group.
Shatta Wale, who appeared very peeved as he addressed his fans, disclosed that the militants made up of Joint 77, Natty Lee, Addi Self and Captan because they are lazy, talentless, and also do not write good songs.
Wale described the group as unserious and unwilling to change despite consistent warnings. The dancehall artiste also revealed that Addi Self ganged up with the rest of the group members against him when he sacked them from his SM Empire record label, adding that they are ungrateful.