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VIDEO: Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo Blast Shatta Wale; Describes Him As An Inconsistent And Confused Artiste

Entertainment critic cum radio and television pundit, Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo has described the popular dancehall act, Shatta Wale, as one of Ghana’s most inconsistent and confused artists.

Speaking on UTV’s United Showbiz show, Arnold emphatically said that the Shatta Movement boss’s address about the challenges and problems facing the country’s music in his address dubbed ‘State Of The Industry Address’ was laughable.

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Explaining himself on ‘United Showbiz’ on UTV, Arnold accused the act of insulting the country’s radio presenters, entertainment critics, and pundits before leaving for the States when they said similar things on the radio.

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Commenting on his just-held ‘State Of The Industry Address, he pointed out that they as entertainment pundits have been discussing almost all the challenges he addressed in it.

According to him, he was expecting the ‘Ayoo’ hitmaker to have apologised to them for insulting them earlier before he did the exact things he accused and bashed them for doing.

”Sometimes, Shatta Wale, he comes across as one of the most inconsistent and confused artists. I’m telling you. A couple of months ago, before he traveled, Shatta Wale insulted all presenters, pundits, and all analysts because he claimed we just sit on radio and talk about industry matters just like that but the tape you played, that’s what he just did and I was even expecting him to apologize to us for insulting us. Some of the things he said, some of us have sat on radio and discussed it ten years, some have done it five years,” Arnold said.

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Watch the video below…

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