Entertainment of 2014-02-20

Ghana music industry is 'bomboclat' - Shatta Wale fumes

Dressed in sagging white apparel, a self-acclaimed dancehall king Shatta Wale blurted out that Ghana's music industry is "bomboclat" - a Jamaican term for foolish.

And he got the crowd gathered at Korlegonor beach to gleefully recite the rant with him.

The rapper, said in pidgin language, he felt sorry for Ghanaians because of the "lies" perpetuated in the music industry.

With a line-up of loyalist of his movement behind him on stage and a teeming audience before him, Shatta Wale might be feeling the world -certainly Ghana - is under his stage.

“If a dey perform then a dey cry because Ghana people lie you people too much. Say Ghana music industry Bomboclat", the leader of the Shattawale movement said last Friday.

It was not immediately known his reason for the rant.

What is known, however, is that the 'Like my thing' artiste maintains a fierce rivalry with a more established opponent Samini.

The two have been having running performance battles over who is the real dancehall king in Ghana.

Shatta Wale, last November, threatened to sue the Graphic Showbiz over a report that Samini outshone him on stage during the “Guinness Big Eruption Concert” in Accra.

Source: Rebecca Darko-Multi TV
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