Entertainment of Monday, 4 December 2017
Self-acclaimed originator of the term “Biegya” Dennis Archipalago has revealed that Shatta Wale would not have had his way if he was the one who received that hefty slap.
Speaking in a self-recorded video on his Instagram account, Ghanaian actor insinuated that he would slapped Shatta Wale back if he was in his bodyguard’s shoes.
He however indicated that the issue was between a boss and his worker so the bodyguard could not retaliate because it could cost him his job.
He fumed in the video and indicated that as an employee, when you receive a slap from your boss, there is virtually nothing you can do because your boss is the one who pays your salary and feeds you.
He went further to indicate that it was only wise for an employee to turn the other cheek for a second slap in the event of receiving a slap from your boss.
The “Biegya” originator went on to say that Shatta Wale would not have gone scot-free if he (Archipalago) was the one who received the slap.
Shatta Wale, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah shocked a lot of onlookers and patrons of the S Concert when he slapped one of his bodyguards while performing on stage.
The mater has attracted a lot of attention with many people discussing the merits and demerits of Shatta Wale’s action.
The self-acclaimed dancehall king in Ghana has after the incident warned people from attempting to interview the bodyguard in question.
Shatta Michy also fumed about reports in the media over the incident and quizzed if people would rather be happy to hear ‘terrible’ news about Shatta Wale due to the fan’s presence on the stage.