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Shatta Wale apologises to the Disability Community

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The Shatta Movement Empire has apologized to the members of the Ghana Society of the Physically Disabled after Shatta Wale was filmed “mocking” the disability of his colleague, Stonebwoy.

A letter addressed to the GSPD, signed by Shatta Wale’s manager Samuel Atuobi Baah, said the ‘Melissa’ hitmaker had no intention of making fun of or belittling persons with disabilities.

Sammy Flex, as he is popularly known, noted that his artiste only wanted to show others the need for Stonebwoy to show respect to others and maintain proper conduct.

“We understand that the wording of the statement may have been insensitive, and we acknowledge the concerns raised.

“It was not our intention to cause any harm, and we value and respect the contributions and rights of individuals with disabilities in our society,” he wrote.

Sammy Flex said the Shatta Movement is committed to promoting inclusivity and understanding.

“…we will strive to be more mindful of our words and actions in the future. Thank you for bringing this to our attention, and we appreciate your understanding,” he added.

Shatta Wale at the Fadama Sallah Fest went after Stonebwoy for his absence at the highly anticipated event.