“It Is False Publication That Has Made Shattawale Demonic, Rude, And Disrespectful” – Shattawale


President of the Shatta Movement, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, known in showbiz as Shattawale has revealed that it is false publications from some section of the media that has made the populace to tag him as rude, demonic and disrespectful brand.


According to him, populace will do away with such tags once bloggers stop publishing fake news about him.


Speaking exclusively to Thinknewsonline.com, at the Police Headquarters in Accra, the Dancehall Artiste said “It is false publication that has made Shattawale; demonic, rude and disrespectful Artiste and brand but I will say I work with a whole lot of companies and the police officers here are my dad”


The SM Boss also hinted that the bloggers are giving players in the Creative Arts Industry problems especially him.


“That is one thing we really need to touch on because most of the bloggers are giving us problems especially me. People meet me and they think, I am rude and I don’t respect. I have all these people around who love me and I think it was a very good thing that they raised” he noted.


Sharing his thoughts on the IGP’s meeting with players in the Creative Arts Industry, Shattawale described the move by Dr. Dampare as historic saying no police administration has ever come up with such initiative.


Shattawale also revealed that industry players not being together is one of the reasons they are finding problems in the industry.


“About the security in our industry and the IGP has made a good point to bring us all together because he was talking about togetherness, we not being together is the reason we are finding problems in the industry so I believe that since this has happened, I think most of my colleagues are going to change their mindsets on how the work should go and we can build this with the police force as a team” he mentioned.


He also described the meeting as historic adding that this is the first time an IGP has met with players in the Creative Arts Industry.


He charged his fellow colleagues to learn the discipline of the industry so all can be able to survive.


Advising the police, Shattawale said “I expect them to play their roles as policemen because I believe they have been police men and they have been policing well. I can say that I don’t have any problem with any policeman. It is just that when the citizens meet them, they don’t show them the respect which is wrong”


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Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith

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