Prodigal, a member of music trio, VVIP has urged fans of controversial dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah to go on their knees and pray for him.
At a recent event at Accra Sports Stadium dubbed: ‘S Concert’ Shatta Wale labeled some top Ghanaian musicians ‘broke’ and hence their inability to boast of cars and houses during and after the peak of their careers.
“People envy me because of the truth. You see VVIP, Tic Tac, Lord Kenya, Obrafour them. Have you ever heard they bought house, cars…?,” Wale queried.
Reacting to this on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM on Monday, Prodigal said he believes some faceless people are using Shatta Wale to cause such outbursts in the entertainment industry.
He stressed that Shatta Wale is suffering from a ‘mental problem, bipolar or a spiritual illness.’
The musician further maintained that, even though he had played key roles in Shatta Wale’s career, he will never hate but love him.
“They need to pray for Shatta Wale. They are using him to get to other people. There is no way on earth that I will hate him. I respect him, I don’t like his ways now. He is moving in the wrong direction. He is a talented musician and breadwinner…,” he said.
Prodigal called on the industry players to unite and urged various event organizers to respect other musicians’ brand.