Ghanaian renowned Movie Director and controversial Producer Socrates Sarfo has publicly called on dancehall artiste Bandana to cease fire in his open war with his dancehall colleague Kaakie and event organisers Charter House.
Speaking on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review show, Socrates who seemed to be giving a fatherly advice to the self-acclaimed Dancehall king in Ghana categorically asked Shata Wale to stop with his aggressive protest.
According to the ‘Hot Fork’ movie maker, he understands exactly how Bandana feels currently but that does not give him the mandate to disrespect women in general.
“I understand what you are doing Bandana, but all I can tell you is to please stop what you are doing,” Socrates advised.
The dancehall artiste who is known in real life as Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr had earlier via social platform Twiiter.com, descended heavily on Charter House, accusing the event organisers of illegally giving the Reggae Dance Hall Song of the Year award to Kaakie and later releasing a single to that effect.
He tweeted: “F**k Ghana music industry, F**k charter house and I mean this from my heart. I don’t need them in any way ..big up to all Shatta wale fans. F**king hypocrites, liars, sons and daughters of satan, I hope they sleep and don’t wake up.. Charter hose should be used for a public toilet…..I don’t need any award in Gh or any nomination..f**kGh music industry.”
“I pray all those who mis judge me here face the wrath of the almighty that has given me the talent and mankind is not appreciating. This time I will direct people to the nearest public toilet..charter house hahahaha. I don’t need awards cuz I got my own money 3cars and a house ..f**k you all haters …foolish villagers on twitter..awards my foot. Dem no have money like me …I’ve award ago chop…all I want talk be say dem for no waste my time..fools. Ano chop dis money saf finish..kwasiafuor…..no much charter house go fit pay me.. My dear God, As the rain fall and thunder strikes …I want to see all who want me fall dead by morning. Amen..if u be man try me..,” Bandana concluded.
Interestingly a few minutes before the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards on May 18, Shata Wale admitted on the event’s Red Carpet that if he does not win the Reggae Dance Hall Song of the Year award on that night, he was going to be cool about it.
But his actions and recent diss song released currently are saying otherwise. Perhaps it is just in his nature not to accept defeat or genetically, he is a sore loser.