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Playing Shatta Wale’s video in my interview is disrespectful – Tic Tac

Akufo-Addo’s birthday gift to Shatta Wale is a disrespect – Tic TacGhanaian Hiplife musician, Tic Tac born Nana Kwaku Okyere Duah, has walked out of a live Tv interview on Gh One’s breakfast show because he felt disrespected.

In an interview on Friday morning with Baisiwa Dowuona-Hammond, co-host on Gh Today quizzed Tic Tac on his recent ‘preaching’ in a bus as mean to promote his brand.

The interview which was focused on Tic Tac suddenly shifted form him to a conversation about Tic Tac and Shatta Wale’s beef which was widely discussed last month.

According to Tic Tac, he felt disrespected by the host who wanted him to promote Shatta Wale instead of focusing on the main reason why he was invited to the studio.

“Why I’m promoting Shatta Wale when it’s supposed to be my interview”, he began complaining.

“I don’t see why you’re talking to me and playing Shatta Wale’s videos all the time”

“It’s just disrespecting to do this…” his last word before walking out on the live Tv interview.

Tic Tac has disagreed with dancehall act Shatta Wale’s attitude on several occasion adding that President Akufo-Addo’s recent invitation and gift to him was ‘unnecessary” and a disrespect to the music industry.

The ongoing feud between the two acts started when Shatta Wale first passed a comment about Tic Tac not being a smart artiste but Tic Tac believes he’s a super legend with over a decade experience as compared to Shatta Wale’s fourth year in music where he’s trying to thrive.

“I see no competition between Shatta Wale and myself because I’m a super legend. I’ve been in the game for over 10 years,” he revealed to Baisiwa on Gh Today.

“How can Shatta Wale compare his 4-year efforts to mine” he quizzed.

Although the interview came to an abrupt end, Baisiwa Dowuona-Hammond offered an apology to Tic Tac and promised to invite him again for the later part of their interview.

She later posted on micro-blogging site, Twitter apologizing again to viewers saying that the video of Shatta Wale which was aired had no malicious intent.
With respect to the interview with hiplife artist Tic Tac some few minutes ago, we apologize that the interview did not end as planned. We want to state that the song wasn’t played with any malice intended and we apologize unreservedly to viewers @GHOneTV @KafuiDey

— Baisiwa D-Hammond (@BaisiwaDH) December 8, 2017

Watch what happened below.

Source: Samcilla/BjrliveFM.com/081217/

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