Ghanaian Dancehall and Afro Beat artiste, Shatta Wale has cautioned non-dancehall music lovers to stay off making gibberish about the concept of his music videos.

The ‘My Level’ hitmaker whose music video concept was severely criticized was downhearted with the criticisms.

Explaining the concept for the ‘My Level’ Video, he said the notion was about life as no individual will stay on top forever, so must prepare for life after fame.

Expressing his sentiment over the demeaning comments about his songs and videos, the Shatta Movement boss claimed such criticisms from amateurs damage his brand.

“I’m not saying nobody can review or criticise my songs or music videos but let me make it clear that anyone who will say something about my music videos should be Dancehall professional or should be in that same space but not just those illiterates.” Shatta Wale told Sammy Flex on Zylofon FM

The Zylofon signed artiste posted on his social media platforms communicating to unskilled critics to be on the alert as he will be premiering more of the music videos they termed ‘WACK’.

He writes:

“My next videos are going to be WACK to some illiterates in Ghana alone but Africa and the World will Applaud me ,my fans and my team for putting up such a hard work .. Dont be a Fool !!!! Too much fooling in Ghana are not making the youths of today know how to hustle for money ..#Staystrong & #Beserious”.