“Dancehall King” Shatta Wale has made it clear that, despite his ongoing disputes with media figures who criticize him, he’ll still use their platforms because they’re just common workers and not owners of the media outfits.
According to him, these personalities are mere employees and not the proprietors of the media organizations.
In the past, the “On God” hitmaker has fought with specific media figures who have expressed their views on his songs and words. He’s even released songs criticizing them and demanding that people stop talking about him.
Shatta Wale reacted to a question about his presence on these platforms, despite his apparent disrespect for their perspectives, during a recent Twitter Space session organized by Serwaa Amihere.
He added that he communicates with various channels because media organizations are not owned by the celebrities themselves. As far as he is concerned, he is free to come and go as he pleases.
Shatta Wale remarked, “Is the radio station for them? They’re workers, they’re common workers. I can go there anytime I want. I can see the owner of the radio station and enter there. Andy Dosty will still do his work. If he (Andy Dosty) won’t do he’ll leave there. If you like mark it.”