Ghanaian movie producer Kofi Asamoah is a well respected personality in the creative arts industry.His recent movie "Away Bus" has gained him lots of followers on Instagram and Twitter.He currently serves as panelist on Zylofon's Showbiz Agenda with Sammy Flex
However the bearded man made some controversial statements about reigning dancehall artist Shatta Wale.According to him, the "Gbojo" singer's departure from social media wasn't authentic because he got a message from him on Whatsapp
Many people who chanced on this piece of information claimed that there was no way Shatta could leave all the online platforms because that was where he promoted himself mostly.
Others said Kofi Asamoah was trying to tarnish the image of the "1Don" singer because he didn't reveal their conversation as an evidence for his revelation.A section of the fans advised Kofi Asamoah to mind his business or face the wrath of the singer later
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