Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale two days ago said that Ghana is a village country.
The self-acclaimed dancehall king, Charles Nii Armah popularly called Shatta Wale has threatened to cause calamity in Ghana if Ghanaians do not stop talking about issues concerning him.
He added that he does not regard any Ghanaian since nobody has helped him to reach his height as a musician.
“Let me make it clear to you, I don’t respect anyone in Ghana”, he said.
His comment comes after he was criticized by Ghanaians for describing Ghana as “a village” during his recent performance at Indigo, 02 in London.
He stressed that not even his parent and the media had contributed to his success, hence he is ready to face anyone who tries to fight his musical career and for that matter his personality.
He attributed his success to hard work and humanity, adding that, “I have never received any royalties from anyone but his struggle in the industry”.
Shatta Wale who is currently on his album tour to promote his new album has vowed to teach Ghanaians lessons when he returns from the trip.
Descending on Ghanaians, the “Gringo” singer said he is the only person who can make sure all radio stations are close down.
He noted that it’s only the president and the Ghana police service that would plead with him not to cause mayhem in the country.