Ghana's dancehall king of all time Shatta Wale has been in the news for some time now. After his music with Beyonce, he has been the hottest cake in the country at the moment. Charles Nii Armah, the controversial musician has been accused by the Arnold the blogger as the most inconsistent and confused artist in the country. Incredibly, what was his stand backing that allegations.
He made this revelation on United Showbiz with Nana Ama Mcbrown and other celebrities. He described the dancehall artist as not able to keep it his words. He made this clear that Shatta Wale normally rains 'insalt' on all the presenters and pundits for their inability to grow the entertainment industry. That was indeed a big blow to Shatta Wale and his crew.
Arnold Baidoo also stated that after Shatta Wale's awkward behave towards them, he would come and plead but he didn't. He bitterly expressed what the musician didn't go well with them.
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