According to lawyer Edwin Appiah, Shatta Wale does not belong to the intellectual vanguard of the Ghanaian society but most of us do so there's no need attacking him for his comments
According to Edwin Appiah, Shatta Wale made it in life through his music career so the Ghanaian youth should stop depending on him to do their work that requires critical analysis, shaping of generation's ideas and deepening of intellectual discourse. "It is good if he could. But it is too much to ask that he should"
He advised Ghanaian youth to stop taking inspiration from him because most youths has degrees and have mind to guide their voice but Shatta Wale has none
"Leave Shatta alone. He does not belong to the intellectual vanguard of our society. You do.
He has made his breakthrough with his music. Stop depending on him to do your work of critical analysis, shaping your generation's ideas, deepening our intellectual discourse. It is good if he could. But it is too much to ask that he should.
Stop looking for inspiration from others. You have a degree. You have a mind to guide your voice. Use yours! He has done his work. Do yours!" He said.
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