‘The most Inconsistent‘ dancehall musician in Ghana, Shatta Wale has finally rendered an apology to Ghanaian youth for his insensitive comments on the FixTheCountry campaign.
Last week, Shatta Wale rained insults on Ghanaian youth demanding that the government provide a better living condition in Ghana in the FixTheCountry protest.
He described protestors calling for justice for Kaaka and two protestors killed at Ejura and charging government to fix the country as educated fools and cheap thinkers.
Among a lot of comments of both Facebook and twitter, Shatta wale also called the youth disappointed graduates who are mounting pressure on government because they cannot fix themselves.
The dancehall musician came under heavy bashing from his fans and Ghanaians in general. He even lost a chunk load of followers who argued that they have been wasting their time to defend a blockhead all their lives.
We thought Shatta Wale will stand his ground that what he said was the truth and he sees no reason to apologize but once again he has proved that his thoughts are inconsistent.
Shatta has inked an apology on his Facebook wall saying his godfather Abass Sariki GIWA 1 has convinced him to do the needful and settle the rising dust in the industry.
He indicated that he has taken the advice and will beg his fans to forgive him and focus on his upcoming album.
Shatta Wrote, “Today My Godfather Abass Sariki GIWA 1 has spoken to me like a father and son and I have taken his lovely advice . I will like to once again say sorry to the fans that never got to watch my LIVE video ,I love you all and get ready for the Journey ahead ❤️✊🔦👑🥂”