Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale who sacked his militants recently expressed his regret in a phone interview with Andy Dosty on the Daybreak show on hitz FM.
In an interview with one of his militants, Joint 77 who has released his new song which talks about life during lockdown says he dedicates the song to his godfather, Shatta Wale because he helped him in so many ways and has helped him gain public attention which made him feel like showing appreciation by dedicating that song to him.
According to Joint 77, Shatta Wale made him feel like he including the militants were giving him problems because Shatta complained of they not putting so much into the music.
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He added that he was confused when Shatta asked him to leave his camp as he thought it was one of Shatta’s jokes until he heard Shatta announce it publicly where he realized the seriousness and apologized via text message.
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale was called on the phone during the interview to open up on why he sacked him.
Shatta Wale explained that Joint 77 was literally a liar and ungrateful to him in so many ways.
Andy Dosty then played Joint 77’s new song for Shatta to rate it where Shatta told him the song was nothing to write home about as he compared him to Wendy Shay, Kidi, and Kuami Eugene. “ the song no dey sweet me one cedi”.
After several arguments on the radio with his former militant, he asked him to bring back the car he bought for him so he uses it as a Taxi.
Joint 77 further said he loved his godfather so much and would never leave the “SM family”.
You can download his new song “Lockdown” on audiomack and other music apps.
By Fuseina Issaka | Head of Entertainment