Ghanaian Dancehall Artiste, Shatta Wale has revealed that he is always sad for his music industry colleague, Emmanuel Andrews Sammini better known as Samini.
In an interview with Metro TV, he told Paul Adom Otchere on Good Evening Ghana that Samini is one of the people who tried hard to put Ghana on the map when he was still popular and well known in the industry.
According to Shatta Wale, during Samini’s reigning days, he allowed himself to be used by people in the industry that is why he is still poor.
But instead of him making all the money, the people around at that time used him for their benefit leaving him in a poor state.
He said: “Gone are the days we were talking about Samini but nobody is talking about Samini now and I feel so bad. That is a legend. Samini tried to put Ghana on the map but people used him so much that he wasn’t aware. Now he’s aware of it. Samini was a great musician but if most musicians like him will come out and tell the story about the industry and how it goes like, people like Sarkodie and people you’re mentioning wouldn’t be behaving like the way they’re behaving in the industry”.