Popular radio and television presenter, Abeiku Santana has come out to make a bold statement concerning Shatta Wale's arrest and has caused stir. We all know Abeiku Santana as someone who seeks to criticize and condemn improper activities in the entertainment industry.
He has come out on several occasions to advise Ghanaian entertainers on ways to make the industry a successful one. Abeiku Santana has also been restless ever since dancehall giant, Shatta Wale got arrested by the police.
Speaking on a radio show on okay fm earlier yesterday, Abeiku Santana boldly said that, some of the celebrities and entertainers in this country are too heartless. He stated that, there are some celebrities who have started celebrating over Shatta Wale's arrest and they these celebrities are wicked and heartless.
According to Abeiku Santana, the entertainment industry is such that, if one person falls, the whole industry falls. He explained that, it is better to support a brother in need than to criticize and condemn him.
“We (the people of the entertainment industry) have to stand together and help each other. I don't understand why some celebrities will sit somewhere and celebrate the arrest of our big brother (Shatta Wale). Some of us are too wicked and heartless. Shatta is part of us and we are part of him so I believe that, the best thing to do is to come together and support him.
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