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Ghana: I Have Forgiven Dancehall Artiste, Shatta Wale – Radio Presenter, Andy Dosty


The popular Ghanaian Host of Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Andy Dosty, has revealed that he has forgiven Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale with whom he had been feuding recently.

The two, who had a great friendship over the years, with Shatta Wale gifting the presenter $1000 last year, had a falling out earlier this year.

Andy, on one of the segments of his morning show, had asked people to comment on a tweet by Shatta Wale which indicated that Ghanaian youth are not making money because they were lazy.

However, that did not go over well with the Chop Kiss artiste who insulted his one-time best presenter on Twitter.

A hurt Andy Dosty also recounted all that he had done for Shatta Wale and how the man was now repaying him with insults.

“I was that gentleman who came to Accra, took his CDs, went to Kumasi to share among radio stations and presenters; it was me. I drove around in Kumasi; my car, my fuel, showing him that love. Telling people there is a new kid on the block. I created a monster,” he stated.

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However, it looks like Andy has decided to forget about everything and move on. At the MTN Music Festival on Tuesday, March 5, Andy, who was the official DJ on the night made a statement before dropping one of Shatta’s hit songs, My Level.

He said, “I know there have been some issues between me and a certain gentleman, well I want you to do me this favour, please tell that gentleman that I have forgiven him.”

Touching on the issue in a previous interview on 3FM, Andy explained that he bore no malice whatsoever against the musician and had thought his post was one of the usual jokes he shared with the musician because they had a good relationship until he saw a video posted by Shatta Wale of an SM fan insulting him (Andy Dosty).

“There was a video of someone insulting me left, right and centre that he (Shatta Wale) has posted. That was when I saw the intensity of the matter,” Andy Dosty.

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