Shatta Wale demands apology from Ola Michael

Controversial Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, known as Shatta Wale, is demanding an apology from producer and entertainment pundit Ola Michael for comments made on the show “United Showbiz.”

The controversy started when Ola Michael reacted to calls for certain Ghanaian artists to be granted diplomatic passports to enhance the culture, entertainment, and art industry. Ola Michael stated that Shatta Wale should not receive such a passport due to his behavior.

In response, Shatta Wale released a diss song insulting Ola Michael and his wife, followed by another song targeting Ola Michael’s choice of shoes. Shatta Wale then took to Instagram Live to demand an apology from Ola Michael for his comments.

During the live video, Shatta Wale warned that if Ola Michael doesn’t issue a proper apology, he will face consequences from God. He emphasized that the demand for an apology was not just for himself but for the entire “Shatta Movement” fanbase. He also predicted that the “United Showbiz” program on UTV would be canceled or changed due to issues with the panelists.

This incident highlights the ongoing tension and disputes within the entertainment industry, where public figures, artists, and pundits frequently engage in conflicts that capture public attention.

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