This Man Was Frustrated That Stonebwoy And Shatta Did Not Retweet His Post Online-Flex
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Ghanaian radio host Sammy Flex has revealed that this man was frustrated that dancehall artists Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale did not retweet his post online
Speaking on the Showbiz Agenda show,he said that he was contacted by a man sometime ago over some issues that bothered him deeply.
He also said he was in pole position to help him the man until he heard the man's problems entirely.
"So I had an encounter with one gentleman some time back and his complaints bitterly to me.His reason was shocking to me that I got a deeper sense of how things were so complex in the country.The man was actually a spiritually healer or a "mallam" as lots Ghanaians would tag him
This man was frustrated that Stonebwoy and Shatta did not retweet his post online.That sounds so basic but if you know the importance of retweeting you would sympathise with his grief".
Sammy Baah Flex also said he was not having any issues in relation to the ignorance of both artists because they were very busy individuals
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