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WALE EXPECTED US TO RESPOND TO IS FEUD WITH KWEKU SMOKE – Addi Self Reveals Cause of SM Militants Fall Out

For the first time since the group’s dissolution, Addi Self an ex-member of Shatta Movement’s Militant Group, has revealed the precise circumstances that led to the dissolution of the SM Militant.

In an interview with Joy Prime, Addi Self revealed that Shatta Wale had anticipated support from the militants following his spat with rapper Kweku Smoke regarding an allegedly stolen track.

Addi Self went on to say that the Militants were fired and the Militants Group eventually disintegrated because they refused to comply with Shatta Wale’s request.

“One time, there was this artiste who came to the camp, Kweku Smoke. He was cool with Shatta. When he came to the camp, we were also there, but I had never seen Kweku Smoke or known him. So, when he came around, he was doing stuff with Shatta, which I saw online because I wasn’t always there. Two months later, Kweku Smoke came on live video, saying Shatta has stolen his song,” he told Hosts, Felli and KMJ.

Addi Self said upon spotting the video on social media, he inquired from his then boss, Shatta to find out the real issue.

He claims that in a fit of rage, Shatta Wale demanded to know why the militants had not defended him and given him the opportunity to reply to Kweku Smoke directly.

“So I saw the live video and went to him and Shatta Wale was like I had to go live and tell the boy my mind.

“I was like, 1 Don you know, I don’t know this boy; when he came here, nobody introduced him to be part of us, so I don’t want to be involved in that. My boss vexed from there. So, that was how it all started. When Kweku Smoke came, he was expecting us to insult him back,” he added.

According to Addi Self, few days after the dramatic event Shatta Wale begun ignoring the Militants and eventually dismissed them publicly.

The breakup, he said affected his music career because he missed a few collaborations and friends due to the turnout of events.

He mentioned that despite these happenings, has no grudge against Shatta Wale and is focused on improving his music career.

Addi Self implied that he is not willing to return to Wale’s camp but would “rather watch and support from afar than be close and controlled.”

Addi Self said he has dropped three projects after exiting the Shatta Movement. He has released a new track, “Mobile Money,” from his upcoming album dubbed ‘Zongoroto.’

 

 

 

 

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