Dancehall artist Shatta Wale has revealed that people in the country grew up in fear and timidity that is why the country's industry seems stagnant and that when Nana Appiah Mensah 1 tried people laughed
Shatta also said he prays people in authority quit helping the musicians in the country because they were too timid and unambitious
"The way we were brought up in the country is sad because we all grew up in fear and timidity that is why it seems stagnant.Yes the industry is filled with people who are weaklings.When bold men step up too you will see the weaklings making fun of them too
When NAM 1 tried you laughed.The people in authority should stop offering help so that the music collapses.This can make some of us enter actively into carpentry businesses nationwide"
Shatta Wale also said he was disappointed in the entire music industry for growing up with a shallow mindedness and not being prepared to change that.
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