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People made mockery of me when I released Mata Tui - Shasha Marley

People made mockery of me when I released Mata Tui, it brought a lot of problems – Shasha Marley

Kofi Dekye Acquaye 6 months ago 0

Ghanaian reggae musician Julius Amua-Sekyi, better known by his stage name Shasha Marley, has talked candidly about the difficulties he encountered after the release of his popular song “Mata.”

Though Ghanaians viewed Mata as profane, Shasha’s “Seek he Good” is a hot and conscious song that seeks to instill morality in listeners and the general public.

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In an exclusive interview with Adom TV, the well-known crooner revealed some of the terrible experiences he had following the song’s release.

He revealed that certain Ghanaians would constantly make fun of him for not understanding the song’s lyrics. He claimed that even though he had given people the song’s lyrics, every time he went out, they would make fun of him.

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During the interview, Shasha Marley revealed,

”As for that song, I have decided not to say anything about it because it brought a lot of problems to me. People made mockery of me when I went even after explaining the lyrics on countless occasions. My mum had high BP because people kept inquiring from her why I had done such a thing. Like I was really sad.” 

Shasha reiterated that the song Maata was not about flatulence but rather about the names of his friends in Papua New Guinea, Maata Tuitui and Maata Pue Maata Fish.

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