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‘Shatta Wale May Have A Mental Disorder’ – Ola Micheal

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While making his submission in a  discussion on UTV’s United Showbiz program, Ola Micheal opined that  Shatta Wale may have a mental disorder inferring from comments made by the artiste concerning his colleague musicians and the music industry in Ghana.

A few days ago, the “On God” hitmaker made mockery of Ghana’s music after Nigerian musician Asake’s successful debut at the 20000-seater 02 Arena in the United Kingdom.
In reaction to the mark made by Asake, Shatta’s tweeted, “Nigerians are making Ghana music look like feeding bottle compared to Hennessy bottle”
 
Congrats to Asake meeenn!!!” and replying to public backlash after his tweet, also posted that you people call me a drug addict, why should I risk my life to fill a place for Ghanaians or the music industry?”
“I am okay, I wanted to buy house, lands and investments, I am okay, so filling the O2 is not my priority, my priority is to keep a billion dollars in my account , that is where I am at right now. Nobody should disturb me about filling the 02 or my music”, he emphasized.
However, movie producer and presenter, Ola Michael shares a different opinion about how Shatta Wale reacts to issues and it appears as if the two are locking horns as they clapping back at each other whenever one of them makes a statement.
It could be recalled that not long ago, Ola Michael made a remark about
Shatta that compelled the latter to release a diss song using unprintable words to describe the former and his parent.
Clearly, It appears as though the two may now need a boxing ring as Ola Micheal has thrown another big blow in the face of the dancehall musician over the his comments on the Asake feat.
Speaking in a recent panel discussion on UTV’s “United Showbiz” two days ago in relation to Wale’s comments, Ola Micheal referred to the “My Level” crooner as an artist suffering from a mental health problem termed as Narcissistic Personality Disorder”.
Putting it in simple terms to the lay man’s understanding of this ambiguous mental health condition, Ola made it clear that the dancehall artist is not mentally okay.

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