Shatta Wale slams Ghanaians for calling out artists in Ghana after Burna Boy, Wizkid grabbed Grammy awards
Popular Ghanaian singer, Shatta Wale has blasted Ghanaians shading artists in their country after Nigerian singers, Burna Boy and Wizkid won Grammy awards.
After top artistes, Burna Boy and Wizkid grabbed their first Grammy awards, on Sunday night, some Ghanaian presenters and fans called out their singers for not winning any award at the event.
They accused Ghanaian artistes of buying mansions, travelling to other countries rather than promoting their music in the country.
This did not go down well with Shatta Wale who took to his Instagram page to blast the presenters and executives in the entertainment industry in Ghana.
He asked those ashamed of Ghana artists to relocate to Nigeria while lamenting about the support given to his colleagues in Ghana
Shatta Wale said: “Enough is enough of Ghanaians insulting Ghana artistes if you feel we don’t sing well, go and stay in Nigeria so they can sing for you at least that will buy you a dream house
“There is no way this our industry will help push our artistes to Grammy.
“Some common guys are talking about artistes like they give them support, how would we use this attitude enter Grammy.
“Grammy is my properties because this industry will not push artistes but keep criticising them
“Fans do not listen to these presenters, don’t let them deceive you, Stonebwoy is in America hustling because the people in our industry don’t have sense.”
Shatta Wale was among the African artists featured in Beyonce’s ‘The Lion king’