Sometimes Shatta Wale takes things too far and when we keep quiet about it, he would continue doing some ‘stupid’ things that can affect all of us in the long run. There’s a Ghanaian proverb which says that; “The man who creates the path, does not know that it is crooked’ and so those behind him, should be able to see and let him know, so it can be straightened.
We believe it is in this light that, one of our respected media personalities, Nathaniel Kwabena Adisi, aka Bola Ray has rebuked Shatta Wale for publicly firing a gun.
Bola Ray said that, Shatta Wale’s actions are uncalled for, barbaric and uncultured and for that matter he totally condemns it.
Bola said this on his Starr Chat show and mentioned, that, the rude behavior of Shatta Wale could spark unnecessary tension between Ghanaian and Nigerian artistes
The broadcaster who was clearly not happy about the recent public display put up by the dancehall artiste revealed that he personally called the artiste to rebuke him for his offensive conduct.
He also indicated that he and another respected media colleague, Kwame Sefa Kayi spent close to 30 minutes jabbing Shatta Wale and subsequently demanded he apologized to the public.
“I called him up on Saturday and I had some strong words for him. Together with Kwame Sefa Kayi for 30 minutes we were on the phone with him and I think that is so bad, uncalled for, uncultured and I condemn it,” Bola said.
He also added that “Yes he’s going to apologize and I’m waiting for him to do that. I don’t mince words and I’m saying it for the first time on radio.”
A few days ago, a video of Shatta Wale was posted online in which the artiste was seen firing a gun while mentioning the names of some top Nigerians artistes including Wizkid, Patoranking and Timaya.
Shatta Wale’s ‘show’ with a gun has sparked outrage among the general public, with some entertainment critics calling him to order since his actions could mar the unity that has long existed between the two West African nations.
Watch The Video of Shatta Wale Firing Shots:
portions of text culled from yen.com.gh