Tic Tac has replied Shatta Wale after tagging him as one of the four (4) Ghanaian musicians who were neither smart nor business-minded when they started their music career.
The TN Records boss registered his displeasure during a press briefing session on Thursday over the ill-fated comments from the SM4LYF Records boss.
“What Shatta Wale is doing (unnecessarily picking on other artistes without provocation) doesn’t make him a smart person, smart people don’t do what he is doing”, the “Kangaroo” hitmaker said.
“I personally like his music and what he’s doing as an artiste. It makes it fun and keeps the industry going but when you decide to pick on artiste who have paid their dues in the industry and have no business or whatsoever with you, then you have a problem, I mean a serious problem,” he added.
Shatta in an interview with Delay on The Delay Show noted that Ex Doe, Tic Tac, K.K. Fosu and Kokoveli were not smart when they began but Tic Tac has moved to say it is false.
“I have been busy with businesses, industry work and recording new stuff hoping to get back to the levels that my fans expect me to be.”
“When he start experiencing a dip, then he will know that it has nothing to do with not being smart. It’s like a circle, when it meets, you need to regroup, work hard with a bit of luck on your side then you come again. Everyone is likely to experience it once you decide to do music for as long as I have done,” he revealed.
He finally advised him to shun away from such acts because he is not compelled to answer every question during interviews.
“If you don’t have anything to say skip it or shut up. It is not force to talk, you don’t owe anyone a responsibility to answer all questions during an interview”, he advised.