How Shatta Wale dealt with negative vibes targeted at WonderBoy album

Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale is popularly known for his controversy and die-hard fan base in the entertainment industry.

Aside that, he is also known for his rather ‘loud’ social media presence which includes his several rebuttals and defensive mechanisms, as well as, his Tuesday trend tagged #ShattaTuesdayMarket.

On October 19, 2019 the 35-year-old artiste launched his WonderBoy album at the Reign Concert in Accra.

Prior to the event, several critics had targeted him in tweets suggesting that songs on the yet-to-be-released album had no lyrical dexterity which differentiated it from his other albums, considering the fact that he was entering a new phase in his life.

But Shatta Wale was in no mood to tolerate negativity from critics whose only aim was to compare his works with his colleagues in the entertainment industry.

As rebuttals, Shatta Wale used unprintable words to dress-down such critics.

This, however, is not the first time the dancehall artiste has taken swipes at fans who deliberately throw shots at him on social media.

Below are some social media interactions between Shatta Wale and his critics on twitter;



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