Ghanaian danchehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known as Shatta Wale, found himself in dire strait on Tuesday, after wading into fix the country campaign with a controversial post on his Facebook wall. In the post, Shatta wale described the activists with offensive words like "Educated fools", "Disappointed graduates" which immediately triggered vicious reaction from Ghanaians including some Shatta movement fans who were extremely unhappy.
Shortly afterwards, the minority leader in parliament, Haruna Iddrisu, saw the post and admonished Ghanaians to unfollow his pages for making such disrespectful statement about the same people who contributed to his fame.
It is three days now and Shatta wale hasn't offered any apology or shown any remorse for his post. As a result resentment towards him seem not to be ending yet as an angry member of the Shatta movement fraternity, in a viral video is seen taking Shatta wale's wallpaper of his wall, in response to what the dancehall king did. The young man could be heard exclaiming
"the youth made you the One Don you are today and I'm very disappointed in what you wrote on your page. No more One Don, no more one Don".
After stripping it off the wallpaper of the wall, he folded it and ditched it.
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