Shatta Wale cautions MPs and Ministers to stop taking advantage of artists for their campaigns

Award-winning Reggae/Dancehall artist, Shatta Wale has called out Ghanaian MPs and Ministers for taking advantage of his brand for their “meaningless” campaigns.


The “Melissa” hit maker went on a social media rant after a flyer of him supposedly billed to perform in Axim went viral.

In a long Facebook post, Shatta bemoaned how artists in Ghana are often exploited to push certain agendas.

“I don’t have any show in Axim so any flyer you see is fake ..sometimes these our MP’s and ministers should stop thinking Ghana musicians are Kuborlor boys so they can just take advantage of us for their meaningless campaigns ..If you want me , pay for my services like how the government pays you for your services and let’s stop this primitive life !! If you don’t have money why do a concert !! Some of us hustle to get here without the help of government nor even musigha ..My fans made me who I am today by the grace of God ,so please big men and women respect Ghana musicians ooo ton !!!! We are tired aaaahhhba !!!” he wrote on Facebook.

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Zeinatu Issahaku

Zeinatu Erebong Issahaku is a freelance journalist and blogger. She holds a degree in B.A Communication Studies( Journalism) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.

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