CEO of Rufftown records, Bullet has called on Ghanaians to pray for Shatta Wale because according to him, the dude is going mad gradually.
Shatta Wale descended on Bullet in the wake of the latter’s insinuations that some artistes were making demands before performing at the much hyped Ebony’s tribute concert which is slated for March 23 at the Trade Fair Centre here in Accra.
Even though Bullet later clarified in series of interviews that Shatta Wale wasn’t the one making the demand as many Ghanaians believed, the Freedom hitmaker still went ahead and called him a fool.
Then just yesterday (March 17) Shatta Wale, who is currently in America shooting a music video, called into Peace FM’s Entertainment Review program to throw jabs at Bullet and also called the upcoming Ebony Tribute concert useless.
In reacting to his comment, Bullet said he’s sad for Shatta Wale and asked Ghanaians to pray for Shatta as he’s not correct in the head.
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