Shatta Wale accuses Ghana Music Industry for Castro’s death

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580276057_832359Myriad explanations have been given for Castro de Destroyer’s unconfirmed death. Others are blaming Asamoah Gyan for reasons funny enough to write in this article. The latest of those who accusing others for Castro’s untimely ‘death’ is Shatta Wale. He has given the following reason on Facebook;

“I DONT BLAME ANYBODY BUT WILL BLAME THIS INDUSTRY THAT MAKES ARTISTE FEEL LIKE POPPERS..THIS INDUSTRY KILLED TERRY BONCHAKA BECUASE HE WASN’T PAID GOOD ENOUGH TO EVEN AFFORD A BETTER CAR,NOW CASTRO IS ALSO DEAD ALL BECAUSE HE TRUSTED HIS BROTHER(ASAMOAH GYAN) WHO WOULD HAVE MADE HIM A BETTER STAR IN THE NEAR FUTURE, BECAUSE OUR INDUSTRY WASN’T MAKING HIM,HE WAS PUSHING HIMSELF TO THE TOP…MAY OUR GREAT GOD SET PEACE IN YOUR SOUL..WILL ALWAYS LOVE U..?#?CASTRO?“

 

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