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Shatta Wale vows to shut down media houses

By Maame Aba Afful
Shatta Wale vows to shut down media houses
Shatta Wale vows to shut down media houses
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Ghanaian Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has said he will close down several media houses once his dream of becoming President is realized.

Shatta Wale, who was reacting to claims that he had charged Ruff Town Records to perform at Ebony's Tribute concert said that several media houses have spread falsehood against him.

According to him, his brand has been severely affected by the 'lies' and badmouthing from several media houses and as such he will not hesitate to shut them down, once he becomes president of Ghana.

“Someone had an issue and I was going to plead with him and then the media reports that I have disregarded the Police. You people are always saying something bad about me but this same person can become the President of Ghana and If I become the President, I will close down all those media houses.”

Shatta Wale's baby mama, Shatta Michy recently expressed similar dissatisfaction with the manner in which the Ghanaian media spreads only 'bad news' about her even though she equally does good deeds.

Speaking in an interview on Entertainment show, 'E with Becks', she explained that so many bloggers and media houses only find pleasure in spreading the bad news rather than publicizing the good things she does.

"All I'm saying is broadcast the good news as much as you broadcast the bad. No blogger seems to pick that up. The same way when I do bad they pick it up, when I do good, they should pick it up. Now that Ebony is dead, let us not be hypocrites" she said.

Meanwhile, has gathered that Shatta Wale will not perform at the upcoming Ebony's tribute concert, as he will be shooting his first video after signing a 3 year deal with Zylofon Music early this year.

Ebony's tribute concert will be held on March 23, 2018, at the la Trade fair centre in Accra.