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Shatta Wale's Mother Looks Like His Father Wearing A Wig - Prodigal
 
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06-Dec-2017  
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Member of VVIP Prodigal had rather an unsavoury response to Shatta Wale for insulting mothers of other musicians he mentioned whiles performing at the EIB group organized S concert held last Friday at the Accra Sports Stadium.

The controversial dancehall act in the mid of his performance paused, mentioned some artiste including VVIP, Obrafour, Tic Tac among others and described them as losers who unlike him have nothing to show despite their years of experience in the Ghanaian music market.

He ended the statement with the popular offensive jargon “Their mothers” and asked the crowd to repeat it after him.

Prodigal in response to this in an interview on Hitz FM alluded that Shatta Wale finds it easy insulting other people’s mothers because his own mother is ugly hence why doesn’t he fail to recognize the need to accord due respect to mothers and womanhood in general.

Andy you know, Shatta Wale finds it easy to insult people’s mothers.” I never understood why he does that until I saw him post a picture of his mother for the first time on social. In fact, I thought that was his father Shatta Capo wearing a wig. I’ve hence decided to forgive and not to insult the woman any further. I would have perhaps retaliated if she was a bit beautiful.” Prodigal said.

He went on to call on Ghanaians to help pray for Shatta Wale who he believes is under the influence of evil spirit .



 





 
 
Source: tuneztv.com
 
 

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