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Ghanaian artiste, Joint 77, who is a former member of the Shatta Motion (SM), has exposed that he has been capable to get autos for himself right after his previous boss Shatta Wale took his vehicle from him when they parted methods.
Joint 77 claimed on the 3FM Drive that he has considering the fact that imported autos to guidance his audio occupation.
Shatta Wale lately sacked the well-known SM militants from his camp. The customers of the disbanded militant group are Natty Lee, Captan, Addi Self, and Joint 77.
Joint 77 explained to Giovani Caleb on Wednesday, August 12, that he returned all the homes like the autos which belonged to Shata Wale but by means of his new management he has been ready to receive new kinds.
“I returned the car or truck to him,” he mentioned adding, “right now I’m driving my car or truck and even a person is on the sea coming.”
Sharing his working experience with Shatta Wale, Joint 77 explained he understood Shatta Wale for 15 many years soon after they 1st met in a recording studio.
“I have regarded Shatta fifteen decades now. We to start with satisfied in a studio. I heard his tunes from the times of Bandana way again then. He was recording when I walked into the studio and I heard him singing and I mentioned this is a great person.
“After that, I started off chatting to him that I preferred the way he was singing and that I will like to come all-around. He also listened to one of my songs and he said it was fantastic and that I should keep striving, every little thing will be high-quality,” he stated.
He said he admired the industrious nature of Shatta Wale.
“I like how he performs, he is a incredibly tricky performing man so I normally want to follow his actions. That was what I picked from him. I recognized that I experienced to also set in tough do the job other than that I can not get to in which I want to go.”
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