Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale throughout last week proved not bothered by happenings at Ejura in the Ashanti region although there are calls on him to take charge and demand change.
In a series of posts on social media, Shatta Wale described those calling for the country to be fixed as educated fools and cheap thinkers.
He said the FixTheCountry group is dominated by disappointed graduates who cannot fix themselves.
He believes that until the youth take their future into their hands and work towards making a living for themselves rather than follow politicians, nothing will change in this country.
Shatta Wale believes that the youth are wasting and that is a major worry. He, therefore, expressed disgust for especially the youth who are writing long essays on social media and not focusing on building their lives.
As a result, a bunch of Ghanaians especially the critical thinking ones blasted Shatta Wale for acting unconcerned while the majority suffer in the country. He even lost some social media followers in the process.
But on a sober reflection, Shatta Wale has done the needful as he has apologized completely perhaps for labeling the #FixTheCountry group as disappointed graduates.
Taken to Facebook, he wrote:
“Today My Godfather Abass Sariki GIWA 1 has spoken to me like a father and son and I have taken his lovely advice . I will like to once again say sorry to the fans that never got to watch my LIVE video ,I love you all and get ready for the Journey ahead