I look like a hawk, but I don’t catch chickens – Shatta Wale resists ‘bad man’ tag

Exclusive News Ghanaian reggae/dancehall singer, Shatta Wale
Ghanaian reggae/dancehall singer, Shatta Wale

Multiple award-winning Ghanaian reggae/dancehall singer Shatta Wale says he is not a bad person as people see him.

The controversial singer acknowledges that his behavior may make him look like a bad person.

Shatta Wale was speaking on Accra-based Hitz FM in connection with the recent brouhaha in the camp of a Ghanaian rapper and his friend, Medikal, particularly his split with his manager, Flow Delly, and the rumored possible break-up with his wife, Fella Makafui.

Shatta Wale noted categorically that he has no hand in Medikal’s fallout with Flow Delly because the rapper is a grown man and very capable of managing his own life.

"I don’t dictate for him. He is a whole big man, and he has said it in a way that people will understand that if you want business, I have people who can do that… Medikal is a businessman, and he is not saying he has sacked Flow Delly, and I know he is working with distributors outside Ghana, and he is okay [SIC]."

"Maybe he [Medikal] has a team that he is trying to project his career, but he is letting people know that he has moved on. He and Flow are cool. I know they spoke not long ago, and Flow is my brother, and he knows I won’t vouch for anything like that…," Shatta Wale emphasised.

Shatta Wale feared that he may be linked to anything bad that will happen in the camp of Medikal, citing his rumored possible breakup with Fella Makafui.

"For instance, if Medikal decides to break up with Fella and abandon their marriage, I (Shatta) will be held accountable.

"I look like a hawk, but I don’t catch chickens. I am not saying this should happen, but even if Medikal is not with his wife, they will say it’s Shatta who caused it," the 'Kakai' hitmaker said.

Meanwhile, Medikal recently announced on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz, hosted by Andy Dosty, that he has, for the past two months, gone separate ways with Flow Delly over a certain sensitive issue that cannot be discussed in public.

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