Entertainment of Sat, 9 Dec 201729
Shatta Wale’s comment on my GH One TV walk-off childish – Tic Tac
Hiplife artiste, Tic Tac has described as ‘childish and sarcastic’ Shatta Wale’s commendation of his decision to walk out of live TV interview on GH One TV.
Tic Tac walked out of the interview because visuals of Shatta Wale’s video were playing in the background at a time he was answering questions about the feud between them.
“Are you playing Shatta Wale’s video? Is it because we are talking about him? I did not come here to promote Shatta Wale,” he said and left the studio despite attempts by the host to offer an explanation and resolve the issue.
In what has been described by many as ‘shocking’, Shatta Wale in a Facebook post jumped to the defense of Tic Tac as he posited that the latter’s posture affirms the ideals he [Shatta Wale] has been preaching for some time now.
“I think Tictac really made the best move ever. This is what i have been talking about. We should respect an artiste when he is your studios or on phone talking. How can you be asking about Shatta wale whilst Tic Tac is there. My plan is working. Ghana artiste lets free ourselves from the timidity and fear…we can do this ..but yo tictac tell your colleagues ,you people sleep too much..wake up !!! #changeiscoming,” Shatta wrote.
Reacting to the statement on Happy FM’s ‘Showbiz Xtra’, Saturday, Tic Tac said he was not surprised about the ‘sarcastic’ response.
“We all know he plays too much. This is another disrespect. These are all part of his machinations. For me, that’s just like a sarcastic approach to the whole issue. He should just be careful with those things. I don’t want to be in that game with him,” he noted.
Tic Tac – Shatta Wale beef
The feud between Tic Tac and Shatta Wale started when the latter named the former as part of artistes who are not smart, abrantepa.com recalls.
A displeased Tic Tac responded to the claim describing it as disrespectful.
“Most of the young musicians don’t respect us. I mean we who made a mark in the music industry those days.
“These days some artistes are popular and trendy because of social media so they don’t respect but when it comes to music data it count a lot, I’m saying this because the level of disrespect is too much.
“You would hear Shatta Wale speaking against Ex Doe in an interview. Can you also imagine the same Shatta Wale revealing in an interview that me, Tic Tac, I’m not smart!” he fumed on Happy FM.