Shatta Wale, the award-winning Ghanaian dancehall musician, has finally responded to Camidoh’s comments that the former’s controversies are what keeps the entertainment industry from attracting foreign investors.
After lamenting how Shatta Wale’s trademark folly has deprived the music industry of the support it requires from foreign investors, Camidoh, the “Maria” hitmaker, poked the SM boss’s nest.
In what appears to be an oblique response to Camidoh submissions, the self-proclaimed “dancehall king” asserted that the fame that some industry insiders bought for Camidoh, he, Shatta, has plenty of. This indicates that Shatta Wale is claiming that Camidoh’s words were made solely to increase his celebrity by engaging in a spat with him, the “lord of scandals in Ghana.”
He wrote on his Facebook page:
The fame they bought for you we get am for here plentyyyy some sef deh store room jon.