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You Can’t Hate Shatta Wale- Kwadwo Sheldon Admits

In a surprising turn of events, Ghanaian YouTuber Kwadwo Sheldon recently gave an interview where he spoke positively about Shatta Wale, much to the astonishment of Shatta Movement fans.

For a long time, Sheldon and Shatta Wale have engaged in heated online exchanges, making their newfound camaraderie unexpected.

During the interview with Kwaku Sintim Misa (KSM), Sheldon acknowledged that no matter what, Shatta Wale cannot be hated.

KSM pointed out Sheldon’s recent declaration of love for the Dancehall artiste, which left many fans in disbelief due to their previous animosity.

In response, Sheldon emphasized that Shatta Wale possesses an undeniable charisma that makes it impossible for anyone to harbour hatred towards him, while also shedding light on the reasons behind their frequent clashes.

Touching on Shatta’s temperaments that he dislikes, Sheldon said, “Sometimes I feel like he just doesn’t get people’s point of view. He feels like his opinion is superior to others and I feel like he should find the balance. He will be fine. It’s not a war. We are all helping each other. I think he feels like I’m too young to have an opinion about him.”

During one of their online feuds last year, Shatta Wale took to social media to notify and deliver a scathing message to YouTuber Kwadwo Sheldon regarding their ongoing feud.

On the Facebook page of the highly acclaimed dancehall/reggae specialist, as sighted by Tru News Report, Wale expressed that he is far from finished with his opponent, vowing to persistently hurl insults at him and his parents.

Kwadwo Sheldon today I will insult your mother and father and tell them you are a stupid fool.

Source – Tru News Report


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