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Shatta Wale Blames the Music Industry for Castro’s Death   
 
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08-Jul-2014  
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The mysterious disappearance of Hiplife artiste-Castro De Destroyer is bringing several issues to bear and attracting comments and attention from different people both from Ghana and outside Ghana.

Social commentators, Politicians, Journalists, Spiritualists, Musicians, and all sorts of people are adding their voices to what will go down in history as one of biggest mysteries of our time.
As Ghanaians and the world pay close attention to what is going on in connection with the alleged death of Castro and his lady friend, Janet Bandu.

Controversial Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale (2014 VGMA Artiste of the Year) is the latest to add his voice to the many others who are still wondering where Castro is-dead or alive. He could not hold back his thoughts and opinion in relation to the tragic alleged accident Castro and his friend encountered whilst jet skiing at Ada.

According to Shatta Wale, he will put the blame on the Ghana Music Industry. As he put it out in a facebook post, Shatta wrote the below statement (unedited).

“I DONT BLAME ANYBODY BUT WILL BLAME THIS INDUSTRY THAT MAKES ARTISTE FEEL LIKE POPPERS..THIS INDUSTRY KILLED TERRY BONCHAKA BECUASE HE WASNT PAID GOOD ENOUGH TO EVEN AFFORD A BETTER CAR,NOW CASTRO IS ALSO DEAD ALL BECAUSE HE TRUSTED HIS BROTHER(ASAMOAH GYAN) WHO WOULD HAVE MADE HIM A BETTER STAR IN THE NEAR FUTURE, BECAUSE OUR INDUSTRY WASNT MAKING HIM,HE WAS PUSHING HIMSELF TO THE TOP…MAY OUR GREAT GOD SET PEACE IN YOUR SOUL..WILL ALWAYS LOVE U..#CASTRO”
 
 
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
 
 

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