Shatta Wale put Prince Tsegah in an awkward moment, albeit not characteristically harsh, for saying it has been a long time he had a hit song.
Prince Tsegah had 1Don on Hitz FM via a phone interview after he got nominated for the 2021 MTV VMA awards.
During the conversation, Prince sought to find out why Shatta Wale, who is famously known as a serial hitmaker, had had his reservoir of hit songs dried up.
In response, Shatta Wale diplomatically berated the radio personality for espousing such a theory because as far as he’s concerned, music is not a competition.
He also emphasized that he’s doing music from the business facet and not in the game to be releasing hit songs all the time to satisfy the stereotyped market.
Away from that, Sonnie Badu has explained that his kids often bury their faces in their palms in family photos which he shares on social media as a precautionary measure.
The UK-based Gospel singer and preacher explained to Kwaku Manu on his Aggressive Show that he’s protecting the kids from spiritual attacks on social media and beyond. In his words, there are a lot of witches hovering on the internet who could launch attacks spontaneously.
Sonnie further said a lot of people use photos they obtain from the internet as a point of contact to destroy whoever they dislike in the spiritual realm which is why he doesn’t want to take chances with his children.