Outspoken Ghanaian Journalist based in the United States of America, Kevin Ekow Baidu Taylor has stated unequivocally that Shatta Wale has bad publicity and he should manage it intellectually. He made this statement on his Loud Silence TV tonight, Wednesday 30th July, 2021.
He said, " Shatta Wale, you have bad publicity whiles Stonebwoy has bad temperament. He (Stonebwoy) is working on his, so you should deal with your bad publicity intellectually. We saw you when you were Bandana".
Kevin Ekow Taylor further revealed that Shatta Wale would be nobody, if Ghanaians wash away the spray on his head. " We will wash that spray on your head and you would be nobody in Ghana. When the people stop following, you will see the real you".
"If you want Ghanaians to fix their attitudes, you should build ten toilet facilities. You may have money but nobody cares. Do not bring your yourself. Use your money to employ thirty thousand (30000) people", he added.
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