‘Dancehall King’ Shatta Wale has descended heavily on one of his former managers for always chasing him for money behind the scenes and trashing him on the radio.
Wale got pissed off when it was reported that he has neglected his former manager who helped him make it back in the old days when he had nothing to his name.
Mr. Logic managed Shatta in the good old days when he was a struggling hiplife artiste and they later parted ways.
Recently, he made some comments on the radio about Shatta Wale being ungrateful to those who helped him reach the top and after hearing it, Wale is not very happy.
In his response, he said Mr. Logic (Sterling) did not really help him in any way yet he keeps always hitting him up looking for money.
“…I heard Logic talking about me. I want Logic to know that I respected him but I didn’t see him as an artist, so if he’s talking about being real, I’m more real than him. The first day Sterling[Mr. Logic] called me, I was at Dansoman. He commended me for the kind of songs I have and told me my songs are good and want to help me. He told me he sees something good in me. Before Sterling saw me, I had my crew, the Shatta Movement and we were already on the streets doing our own thing so they should stop saying I made Shatta Wale, who he is. These comments are primitive and should be avoided. Before Sterling knew me, I was already Bandana.” he said.
” Let me tell Ghanaians today that all those who have been supportive of my career don’t call me and ask for money but Sterling will always chase me for money. He is always hungry, today his car is faulty, tomorrow his wife is sick, his mother is sick. A man like me can’t work with a man like you because he is a liar. Don’t come and sit on radio and start ranting that I’m ungrateful. Those I knew for many years don’t talk like this. Don’t come and sit on radio and lie to the people that you are real, I am real that is why you see that I’m going on and you are moving backward. He should stop talking like he was the one who made me.” Shatta animatedly said.