Gloria Osei Sarfo a Ghanaian actress and TV presenter said Shatta Wale should exercise patience when matters arise.
Gloria Osei Sarfo was speaking on United Showbiz. She was commenting on recent 3music Award 2021 controversy where Shatta Wale forked up the huge amount of money to Sadki to help him in the show as he swept up 11 awards.
In Shatta Wale words: “I will flush the awards in the toilet, see, I will flash the awards tomorrow morning. I know I deserved the awards but he (Baba Sadiq) wants to behave like Charter House.
She said the comment Shatta Wale passed on after the program wasn’t the best image for the entertainment industry.
She said the investors are watching and if we continue with this kind of attitude, the investors will stop investing their money into the entertainment industry.
Shatta sparked up controversy after he alleged that he was one of the sponsors of the award show to get at his rivals, Stonebwoy and Sarkodie after the duo did not pick up any award on the night.
Gloria Osei Sarfo a Ghanaian actress and TV presenter said, she was very disappointed of what Shatta Wale did and she do not expect such thing to happening again.
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