The Shatta Movement president, Shatta Wale was on UTV's United Showbiz programme and it was lit as usual. The clash for this week involved the king of beefs, Shatta Wale and Arnold Asamoah as he said Shatta Wale is the "most confused and inconsistent" musician in the Ghana music industry.
Shatta Wale clearly didn't like it as Arnold tagged him as a disrespectful person. This really got on Shatta Wale's nerves as he furiously questioned Arnold, "Who are you, are you older than me, do you know how much I chop?'' Shatta asked.
While this heated exchange was going on, a fan who was watching the programme on social media commented and wondered why Shatta Movement was using an iPhone on a national television as an Infinx Ambassador in the country. When celebrities reach agreements with companies to help them advertise their products, they usually showcase it in their songs, movies, and in other places. Shatta Wale using an iPhone has clearly puzzled some some facebook users.
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