Sammy Flex, the manager of Shatta Wale has criticized his industry colleague, Andy Dosty, for his recent actions and subtle attack on Shatta Wale.
During a recent episode of his own TV show, Flex accused Dosty of trying to create animosity between Medikal and Shatta Wale through a prayer he said on his show on Hitz FM when he hosted MDK as part of his media tour to promote his ‘Planning & Plotting’ album.
Flex believes that Dosty’s comments were a clear jab at Wale and that this kind of behaviour is not good for the industry. Despite not mentioning Wale by name, Flex believes that Dosty’s subliminal jabs were directed at him.
Recall that the online community buzzed with reactions to a viral video featuring Ghanaian media personality Andy Dosty, fervently praying for rapper Medikal and “delivering” him from negative influences.
During an appearance on the “Daybreak Hitz” show, Andy took the opportunity to offer special prayers for Medikal, whom he believes has been negatively impacted by certain friends. Andy expressed his belief that Medikal’s career could have been more successful if not for these negative associations. He concluded their discussion by passionately praying for the rapper, hoping that divine intervention would help him overcome these challenges.
“I cast out every bad spirit that is going after you. God should help you find a great family, great people to roll with. I pray that the Almighty stretch out his hands upon you and pour out proper blessings on you. I pray that God separates you from bad friends. I pray that God helps you grow into a good and responsible man. In Jesus’ name, Amen,” Andy prayed.
Medkal, on his part, kept on receiving the prayers with a resounding amen, but at a point insisted that Andy’s prayers were a jab to someone. “Amen but this prayer felt like you have a problem with someone,” Medikal responded.
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