Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popularly known as Shatta Wale has said that if Medikal and Fella Makafui’s marriage fails, people would blame him for their split.
According to him, despite media reports to the contrary he is not involved in Medikal’s business affairs.
The dancehall star, also said that, some media sources are having problem by fabricating stories about his beautiful relationship with Medikal.
In a recent radio interview, he claimed that his behavior made it easier for people to criticize him whenever an issue rises.
He joked that if Medikal divorced his wife Fella Makafui today, everyone would blame him. He explained to Prince Tsegah: “I look like a hawk, but I don’t catch chickens.”
He also discussed MDK’s decision to fire his longtime manager, Flow Delly – “I’m not saying this should happen, but even if Medikal isn’t with his wife, they’ll blame Shatta”.
“I will say Medikal and Flow are brothers, and they are all doing good, but I cannot pinpoint where all this matter is coming from,” he pointed out.
He went further and say that Medikal has put together a new team that will make his career internationally famous, thereby explaining new management options.
“Maybe he [Medikal] has a team that he is trying to project his career, but he is letting people know that he has moved on. He and flow are cool. I know they spoke not long ago and Flow is my brother, and he knows I won’t vouch for anything like that…,” he said.
Finally, when it came to having the final say in Medikal’s decisions and plans, Shatta Wale was clear about his role in the latter’s existence.
“I don’t dictate for him. He is a whole big man, and he has said it in a way that people will understand that if you want business I have people who can do that… Medikal is a businessman, and he is not saying he has sacked Flow Delly and I know he is working with distributors outside Ghana, and he is okay .”— he concluded.
In other news, Shatta Wale has backed the Jamaican artist in response to a comment Bounty Killer made about Afrobeats.
Bounty asserted in an interview that the dominant genre today, Afrobeats, lacks lyrics.
The “Hey Baby” singer criticised Afrobeats for its lyricism, used Burna Boy’s Ye saying the genre ideally lacks lyrical content and is instead filled with topics and melodies.
Shatta Wale, on the other hand, utterly concurred with Bounty Killer’s assertions regarding Afrobeats.
According to Shatta Wale, even though he sends flowers to Nigerians but Bounty Killer was right when he claimed that Afrobeat lacks lyrics. Watch the video below as you keep scrolling.