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“Broke Is Temporary, Poor Is Forever”-Shatta Wale Says As He Descends On ‘Agenda Boys’ On Twitter

Controversial Ghanaian dancehall crooner, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., affectionately known as Shatta Wale has descended heavily on his trolls on the microblogging platform, Twitter.

“Broke Is Temporary, Poor Is Forever”-Shatta Wale Says As He Descends On ‘Agenda Boys’ On Twitter
“Broke Is Temporary, Poor Is Forever”-Shatta Wale Says As He Descends On ‘Agenda Boys’ On Twitter

It looks like the Twitter community has poked the nest of the outspoken musician as he takes to his platform to retaliate their harsh criticisms and comments.

In a series of tweets, the singer seems to have been displeased with some of the submissions registered on the platforms by some of his trolls for reasons he finds very absurd.

Of course, we know thee SM boss will never let such harsh comments slide as he claps back at them, using all the unprintable words one could imagine.

I’m one of the tweets, Shatta Wale stated that it is a temporal condition to be broke but poverty happens to be for a lifetime, hence it is time his trolls start deciding ways to make ends meet for themselves rather than drag him on the platform.

He wrote: Broke is temporarily,poor is forever … where do you stand …Learn and stop fooling here …Foolish Twitter boys

See the tweet below:

“Broke Is Temporary, Poor Is Forever”-Shatta Wale Says As He Descends On ‘Agenda Boys’ On Twitter
“Broke Is Temporary, Poor Is Forever”-Shatta Wale Says As He Descends On ‘Agenda Boys’ On Twitter

In other news, sensational Ghanaian dancehall crooner, Michael Okine, well known in the music industry as Jupitar has registered his frustration about how unfairly he is being treated in the Ghanaian music industry.

Speaking in an interview with Naa Ashorkor on Asaase Radio’s “Between Hours” segment, Jupitar lamented that he is not familiar and cool with most Ghanaian industry players and media personalities because the majority feel superior over musicians when it comes to promoting their songs.

The “Enemies” hitmaker intimated that most industry players want him to humbly beg them for their support before his music is being projected which shouldn’t be the case.

He averred that musicians in Ghana need to be given equal attention and support when it comes to music, but some people are being favorited by some industry players while others are sidelined.

“If we are all artistes here in Ghana and I send a song to a radio DJ or host, they should be able to say Oh Jupitar is a Ghanaian artiste so the way I play artiste “A” song I should be able to promote his too as well, we shouldn’t be friends before you take my works to the next stage then you are not being fair,” he said.

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