Popularly known as Ghana’s dancehall king, Shatta Wale has successfully garnered enormous attention for himself over the past decade due to his controversial acts and statements.
Joining in the discussion on social media about the leaked video call of the National Security Minister, Albert Kan Dapaah and his alleged side chic, the ‘I know My Level’ hitmaker thrown shade at Ghanaians on social media.
Expressing his dissatisfaction with how Ghanaians are trolling National Security Minister, the artiste told Ghanaians to shut up and stop the hypocrisy.
“Body no bi fire wood….Ghana make I tell you something, you see the way everybody they talk about the minister, certain things they happen wey we no go fit control am. Keep quiet! Make anybody no talk about the minister because you don’t know what your father dey take dey do some sixteen years girl” The artiste fumed in a Facebook live video.
Meanwhile, in the same vein, Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong opined that Albert Kan Dapaah should not be crucified over the amorous video yet wondered why the National Security minister could fall for a lady with long and scary fingernails.
Making his submission on Oman FM, the legislator indicated that he is “not clean” and neither is any man, hence it will be unfair to castigate his fellow man for engaging in such activities.
“Let the clean cast the stone,” He said.
However, Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram Samuel Nartey George believes the National Security minister was set up by his own party members.
Explaining his assertions on Facebook the lawmaker wrote; “Statecraft on display. Set a man up, play coy, orchestrate calls for his resignation and pressure him to resign. Just so you bring the ‘greater evil’ of the two to control our national security. We live in dangerous times as a Nation”.