As they head the African music business, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popularly known as Shatta Wale, has encouraged Ghanaians to quit disparaging and assaulting Nigerian fans and promoters.
Due to a dispute, he had with others over Meek Mill's popular music video that was filmed in the Jubilee House, Shatta Wale has been popular since last week.
The rapper, who visited the president at the Flagstaff House, was criticized by Ghanaians afterward, and Shatta Wale has been mobilizing support for him.
However, after music fans' complaints over Nigerians' success in music, reggae-dancehall artist Shatta Wale was spotted preaching love between Ghanaians and Nigerians in a recent post, as he applauded them and thought the white and green counterparts did better than those who have always won the Jollof war.
In his opinion, Ghana's music business is an absolute disgrace in comparison to Nigeria, which dominates the African entertainment scene, and he even needs a record label from Nigeria to sign him.
Taking to Twitter, he wrote:
“Is better we stop arguing with nigerian Fans ,promoters ,etc and ask for help Me sef I need record label soon…Ghana music is a disgrace Mek nobody lie you …..Shouts to Naija Ghana ppl too deh like talk with no action….Yes I have said it”