In a post that was sighted by FOA on Shatta Wale’s Instagram page, the artiste posted a new email address directed at interested persons who want to book him for events in 2019.
Under the post, the self-proclaiming king of African dancehall, Shatta Wale wrote “Let the games begin”. READ ALSO: Kidnapped Takoradi girls: US and UK investigators arrive in Ghana The post has drawn several comments from social media users, many of whom are suspecting that the post may be the confirmation of Shatta Wale’s exit from his record label, Zylofon Music
Below are comments made by some social media users on seeing Shatta Wale’s post: @youngh_bone teased Shatta Wale saying: “u should’ve been sensible enough to know that this post isn’t necessary. This is a work of a manager not an artist. Sm fuo ne gyimie. I remember the “i am zylofon, are you zylofon” live video. Rydee opana de run ABOWAA (in his own voice).” @perry_444real in support of the post wrote: “I guess that’s the end of Zylofon deal.. I like it when you are your own boss. More shows this year.” @appiilolo had this to say: “the menzgold money no dey come again so now u de beg for shows.”
Even though Shatta Wale has not confirmed his exit from Zylofon Music officially, the new email address for bookings are making many believe the artiste has left. Prior to the post, everyone believed that bookings of Shatta Wale was handled by his management at Zylofon Music. Many also realized that the booking email address for Zylofon Music is not what Shatta Wale has posted, a reason for the high speculation. The possible exit may come as a result of supposed ineffectiveness of Zylofon Music as a record label since their CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah got into trouble amid Menzgold shutdown. Meanwhile recently, YEN.com.gh published that Shatta Wale paid a visit to popular preacher, Rev. Obofour after the preacher purchased a $1.4 million mansion. Obofour before the visit was known to be a fan of the ‘My Level’ hitmaker, thus was believed to have invited Shatta Wale.
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