Some of Shatta Wale's fans can really be fun to be with.
|Shatta Wale performing for his fans at "After The Storm" album launch|
The issue which hit online yesterday, May 17, when our attention was drawn to our attention by Ghanaian blogger, Alexander Kofi Abakah. The co-owner of Ghanandwom.com took to his Facebook timeline to express his disappointment in the most debated story on social media yesterday.
|Stonebwoy appeared in "My Eye Pon The Money" music video leading to the controversy.|
According to Shatta Wale’s fans, Stonebwoy was given exposure by their artiste. And for what exposure, the group claims Stonebwoy’s cameo appearance in Shatta Wale’s 2012 released music video for his track titled “My Eye Pon The Money” gave him exposure, thus, he should bow to the self-acclaimed ‘Danncehall King’.
But what Alexander and others are asking is that, if Shatta Wale’s fans claim Stoebwoy should bow because that cameo appearance gave him exposure, then what should he (Stonebwoy) do to Samini.
Perhaps, he should become his slave forever because from day one in Stonebwoy’s musical journey, Samini has given him a massive support and exposure.
|Stonebwoy with former boss, Samini.|
Stonebwoy was signed to Samini’s High Grade Family label before leaving and establishing his. Under High Grade Family, Stonebwoy released massive hits, played gigs and shot to fame before moving on his own.
Do you think a cameo appearance in just one video can give a massive exposure? And should Stonebwoy bow because of that?
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