Recently, the current ‘beef' between Shatta Wale and Aisha Modi has caused massive stir online and has got many talking including Mr Fred Kyei Mensah, veteran music producer and entertainment pundit, affectionately called and known by all as “Fredyma".
The back and forth between the two was not lost on Mr Fred and as he is popularly known for doing, he has also come to voice out his thoughts on the actions of both Shatta Wale and Aisha Modi.
He came out during the ‘beef’ between Mzbel and Tracey Boakye and sounded a word of caution to the two which has allowed them bury the hatchet. Now in the case of Shatta and Aisha, he said, that Shatta has lot of ambassadorial deals due to his great influence on the public and as a result his name is well known both home and abroad and as such, should be careful of certain actions he puts across especially now, that he is publicly degrading a female.
He also said that the youth look up to him, thus, should be a role model worth emulating. And to the two, he sounded a word of caution telling them that the internet never forgets and that social media is a powerful point of reference and that in future certain actions would make them both lose the respect of many including their children.
This is not the first time Shatta Wale has been in such a situation. Remember the feud with Stonebwoy at the VGMA? Well, although these engagements increase popularity, we should be wary about the future implications of such.
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