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‘I Plan All My ‘Beefs’ – Shatta Wale Confesses



Shatta Wale, a controversial dancehall musician, has said that he plans everything he does on social media.

Shatta claimed in an interview with Accra-based Nhyira FM that he strives to be controversial on many things because he is patriotic and concerned about issues that impact common citizens.

Furthermore, the “On God” singer claims that he frequently appears in the media because he is “too patriotic to keep quiet” about topics that are wrong in the country, particularly in the music sector, where he works.

“I can say that I’m patriotic, apart from me being patriotic, unfortunately, the kind of job I do is made public, so it makes it easier for people to speak about Shatta, so it’s just my job.

“Many people don’t know themselves, but I can tell you that, everything I do, is planned, so it will get to the point where people will understand me,” he said.

His statement follows a serious brawl he had with Kwadwo Sheldon warning him to stop using a line in his song titled “On God” for his YouTube show, ‘Yawa of the Day.’ The line is: ‘ibi the yawa of the day.’

According to the dancehall artiste, he told the YouTuber he didn’t compose the music for him.

“I will insult you in any way that I want. That song of mine that you play on your programme, I am warning you to stop it hands down.

“Delete my song from your programme. I didn’t do that song for you. You didn’t bring the name, ‘Yawa of the Day’. delete that theme,” Wale is seen cautioning.

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