Young man, Watch your mouth D-Black Watns Kwadwo Sheldon
D Black has cautioned Kwakwo Sheldon, the lumberjack, to be aware of his expressions, particularly those with regards to him (D Black)and his business. Chale!
D Black has reacted to Kwadwo Sheldon’s tweet that Ghanaians don’t owe Ghanaian performers anything. He reprimanded Kwadwo Sheldon for fiddling with issue where he has nothing to contribute, and no one has requested his viewpoint.
“Young fellow If u don’t have productive analysis or positive commitments on how the industry can improve, and how we can take this higher, hush up about it. Nobody requested your viewpoint. you sound insolent when u talk. Watch ur mouth also g.”
A few days prior, D Black began a discussion about Ghanaians supporting their melodic demonstrations. He uncovered that out of the main 20 tunes played in Ghana, 18 has Nigerian starting points. While certain individuals were on the side of his declarations.
Others like Kwadwo Sheldon thought requesting support was a bit entitling, particularly when his club plays more Nigerian than Ghanaian songs.
“I’m not hiding” Shatta wale replies IGP
Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has sent a message to the Inspector General of Police (IGP) to the effect that he has not gone into hiding, but that he is acting on the prophecy that he was going to be shot and taking precaution.
It emerged that Shatta Wale had been shot and hospitalized but police said they couldn’t find the hospital in which he was receiving treatment.
Hours later, Shatta Wale revealed that it was a prank to get the police to act on an alleged false prophecy by one self-acclaimed prophet.
Police have been on Shatta Wale’s heels and have been unsuccessful in locating him.
But Shatta Wale through social said that he was not hiding from the police.
“IGP Am not hiding but the information I have is what I am acting on.
I HAVE REPORTED THIS BEFORE AND YOU GUYS ARE TELLING ME TO COME REPORT AGAIN ? Wow ..Ghana Ampa ?” He wrote.
Social media users have condemned Shatta Wale for deceiving the public and causing unnecessary fear and panic.