Kevin Taylor's call comes at the back of the recent activities of the dancehall artiste on social media especially on Facebook.
Kevin Taylor has been advocating for Ghanaians with huge following on social media to use their platforms to appeal to the authorities to fix the country.
Kevin Taylor has been lambasting artistes like Sarkodie and Stonebwoy in recent times for failing to add their voice to the Fixthecountry campaign since their influence can have a huge positive impact if their voices are added to the campaign.
Shatta wale has had an earlier engagement with Kevin Taylor recently where they discussed a number of issues confronting the Ghana music industry and plans for the way forward.
Shatta wale had earlier added his voice to the Fixthecountry campaign but has changed his mind and now using all sort of unprintable words against the conveners of the move.
The Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has waded into the #FixTheCountry debate as he describes the activists calling on government to do the needful as “educated fools and disappointed graduates.”
In a series of posts on Facebook on Tuesday, the multiple award-winning singer said, “Educated fools and disappointment graduates saying #FixTheCountry. Fix yourself, cheap thinkers.”
This post by the Dancehall artiste has angered a lot of people including Kevin Taylor and has call on the youth to unfollow Shatta Wale with immediate effect.
He made the post on Facebook and it has since generated hundreds of reactions from Ghanaians.
In the many reactions that the post generated some of the individuals who commented boldly admitted that,they have already unfollowed the Dancehall artiste.
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