You’re treading on dangerous grounds -MzGee warns Shatta Wale

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Shatta Wale was recently sighted making fun of Stonebwoy Stonebwoy’s limp as a result of an accident during his childhood.
In the video, he re-enacted the VGMA incident that resulted in the recall his VGMA award and subsequent ban from the VGMA.  Several key persons in the entertainment fraternity have chastised urging him to refrain from such childish antics and act maturely as making fun Stonebwoy’s disability is way under the belt.
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Recent person to criticize the self-acclaimed dancehall king’s insensitive act is Multimedia’s MzGee.
In a post on social media, MzGee revealed that although she’s a staunch Shatta Wale fan, she would criticize the wrongdoings of Shatta Wale as some of his actions are highly uncalled for and childish.
MzGee further disclosed that his close friends and companions have failed to tell him the truth but she would do so. She warned Shatta Wale to avoid getting himself into further trouble with his irrational antics.
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She shared a photo of herself and Shatta Wale with the caption;
”I love your music but not your deeds. Please check the people around you. Your deeds can influence a generation. Yes, that’s how powerful you are. The truth may be bitter but those you matter to, won’t mince words.
My guy @shattawalenima you’re treading on dangerous grounds.
Message from an imperfect being to another.”
 

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I love your music but not your deeds. Please check the people around you. Your deeds can influence a generation. Yes, that’s how powerful you are. The truth may be bitter but those you matter to, won’t mince words. My guy @shattawalenima you’re treading on dangerous grounds. Message from an imperfect being to another.
A post shared by Gloria (@iammzgee) on May 28, 2019 at 6:52am PDT

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