Musician Shatta Wale has responded to critics who questioned if he could sell out the O2 Arena. He stated that his priority is to improve his financial status rather than fill a venue. He also claimed that Nigerian Afrobeat stars’ success at the O2 Arena is due to the support and promotion they receive from Nigerians. Shatta Wale stated that filling the Accra Sports stadium should have garnered support for his O2 Arena show. Some people criticized his statement on social media.
After his heated feud with Ghanaians, Shatta Wale, a popular music artist, is once again responding to his critics. This time, he is targeting trolls who are annoying him about the possibility of selling out the O2 Arena, similar to Asake whom he credited a few days ago.
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According to him, selling out the O2 Arena is not his priority. He is more focused on improving his financial status. He further explains that most Nigerian Afrobeat stars who sell out the 20k capacity O2 Arena achieve such success because of the support and promotion from Nigerians.
“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 houses, lands, and investments. I am okay, so filling the O2 is not my priority. My priority is to have a billion dollars in my account, that is where I am at right now. Nobody should disturb me about filling the O2 or my music.”
“After I filled the Accra Sports stadium, Ghanaians should have given me a helping hand to fill the O2 because I am not from London to be able to fill up the O2.”
Some concerned individuals were not pleased with his remarks and heavily criticized him on all social media platforms.