WATCH VIDEO: “Shatta Wale Is No Role Model For Upcoming Musicians” – George Britton Fires

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Artiste manager and entertainment critic, George Mensah Britton has stated categorically that SM4lyf boss, Shatta Wale is not a worthy role model for up and coming musicians to emulate in an interview he had with Joy News’ MzGee.

“… for the young artist, Shatta Wale is not the best example to any young artiste” he stated.

George Britton in the short interview made the point that Shatta Wale has ever since his return, made it a point to always ‘beef’ with other industry players to stay relevant in the industry. He recounted his ‘beef’ with the Charterhouse, then the one with Samini, he also added that of Stonebwoy and quite recently and finally, the one he has going with Kwaw Kese and Sarkodie as examples.

The manager of Keche, George Britton also lashed out at Shatta Wale for always deciding to act like the one who is being abused when other musicians reply the tantrums he usually throws at them. George added that Shatta Wale always speaks ill of his other colleagues and as such he should quit playing the abused one.

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In as much as George Britton went all out on Shatta Wale for his negatives, he also admitted that the Zylofon signed musician is a great and cool-headed guy on a very personal level. He added that the ‘Gringo’ hitmaker always admits to people that all these things he does are just for the showbiz purposes and that one cannot blame him too much because it is what gets him his daily bread.

Watch the interview below…

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