‘Tic Tac Just Made The Best Move Ever In His Career For Walking Off Live GHOne Tv Interview Session’ – Shatta Wale

Tic Tac got angry when a video of Shatta Wale was being played whiles he was being interviewed on live Tv and out of anger walked off the live interview on Ghone this morning, Friday December 8, 2017 as reported by Ghbase.com .

 

Tic Tac who seems to have a feud with Shatta Wale and couldn’t take it lightly when Shatta Wale’s music video was played and asked the host of the show why she decided to play Shatta music video.

 

“Are we showing Shatta’s video? Because I’m talking about him? I have new videos that should be showing. We cannot show Shatta’s video while I’m here talking about him. I didn’t come here to promote Shatta Wale”, Tic Tac vehemently rhetorted.

 

With the latest development, majority of Ghanaians especially those who’re showbiz inclined were anticipating another attack on Tic Tac from the camp of Shatta Wale. Surprisingly, Shatta Wale has applauded Tic Tac for his bold decision this morning in the studios of GHOne. He labeled the act of Tic Tac as the best move ever to be taken by his rival.

 

Read what the dancehall artiste posted via his Facebook page in response to the actions of Tic Tac this morning in the studios of GHOne TV during live interview session. Below is the unedited post.

 

I THINK TICTAC REALLY MADE THE BEST MOVE EVER,THIS IS WHAT I HAVE BEEN TALKING ABOUT.WE SHOULD RESPECT AN ARTISTE WHEN HE IS YOUR STUDIOS OR ON PHONE TALKING..HOW CAN YOU BE ASKING ABOUT SHATTA WALE WHILST TICTAC IS THERE..MY PLAN IS WORKING…GHANA ARTISTE LETS FREE OURSELVES FROM THE TIMIDITY AND FEAR…WE CAN DO THIS ..BUT YO TICTAC TELL YOUR COLLEAGUES ,YOU PEOPLE SLEEP TOO MUCH..WAKE UP !!! #CHANGEISCOMING.

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