Written by Afua Amankwanowa
In an exclusive interview with Joyprime, Addi Self, former member of Shatta Movement's Militant group, revealed the cause behind the group's disbandment. It all started when Shatta Wale had a disagreement with Kweku Smoke over an alleged stolen track. Shatta expected the militants to support and defend him during this argument, but they didn't meet his expectations. As a result, the members of the SM group were dismissed.
Addi Self defended himself, explaining that he learned about the argument through social media and approached Shatta Wale to discuss it. Unfortunately, he didn't receive the support he was hoping for, which led to his decision to part ways with the group. Although Addi Self still supports Shatta Wale, he expressed that he doesn't intend to return to the camp.
Since leaving the group, Addi Self has been working on his own projects. He recently dropped three projects and is excited to share his new single, MOBILE MONEY, from his upcoming album titled ZONGOROTO. Fans can stream his new music and witness his artistic growth outside of the Shatta Movement's Militant group.
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