Ghanaian Blogger and Entertainment pundit, Boga Ali Hashim has asked multiple award-winning dancehall artist Shatta Wale to render a sincere apology to Media personalities Abeiku Santana and Andy Dosty for using unprintable words on the latter.
According to Boga Ali Hashim, he believes Shatta Wale spoke out of pain or based his rants on the current emotions he found himself in, but it doesn’t justify the fact that he used unspeakable words against the two astute Ghanaian media personalities.
Taken to Twitter, he wrote, "it is time Shatta Wale used more diplomatic avenues to address his grievances.
"…I think Shatta sometimes gets emotional. At this level of his career, using such unprintable expressions is uncalled for, whether he likes it or not, he has attained a certain status and must use more diplomacy and also be more logical than emotional. The words he used on the revered media personalities are gratuitous. I think Shatta must do the needful by apologizing to Abeiku Santana and Andy Dosty ASAP. #letslovelead."
This comes after Shatta Wale launched attacks on Abeiku Santana and Andy Dosty during his performance at the Taadi Invasion concert held on Saturday, February 4 at Sekondi Gyandu Park.
Shatta Wale while performing on stage ranted that some persons including Andy Dosty and Abeiku Santana have resorted to countering his unbreakable record of featuring on Beyonce’s track with Sarkodie’s latest Bob Marley feature.
He said these individuals have tried to place Sarkodie on the same pedestal as him (Shatta) following the former’s feature in Bob Marley’s ‘Stir It Up’ remix.
“Now I have made them confused. Because I have featured Beyonce so you want to counter me with Sarkodie. Tell those radio presenters, Andy Dosty and Abeilku Santana, your mothers!” he fumed.
Shatta Wale went on further to recall another instance where Andy Dosty displayed his bias towards him during an interview with blogger Ameyaw Debrah.
“Sometimes, when I speak my mind, people ask why I do. Recently, I was listening to the radio and I heard Andy Dosty interviewing Ameyaw Debrah, Ameyaw Debrah said I threatened to kill him. So Andy Dosty, you kept asking, whether he didn’t feel threatened.HHereAndy Dosty you are a fool,” he asserted.
Meanwhile, the Taadi Invasion event saw performances from top acts including Kofi Kinaata and Medikal.