United States-based Ghanaian social media entertainer, Dennis Anane, popularly known as Archipalago, claims Shatta Wale owes him.
In a video interview sighted by GHPAGE.com,Archipalago is seen declaring that Shatta owes him for the ‘Bie Gya’ term he gave him to produce the song.
According to him, Wale has that song streaming on the video-sharing platform youtube which is still generating money for him on a daily basis — and thus needs his lion share.
“Shatta Wale owes me and if he wants us to be free again then he should pay me because they still watch the Bie Gya on youtube which he gets benefits from it. I have registered the ‘Bie Gya’ term long ago and woe betides anyone who uses it without my consent.”Archipalago stated.
In the interview with the US-based Sky radio, he continued that he needs not less than 1 million dollars from the ‘Bie Gya hitmaker, Shatta Wale as a form of settlement for the ‘Bie Gya’ term.
“Shatta Wale owes me and it’s uncountable because his views are still going up so he should come and pay me. And I need 1 million dollars in case he decides to pay me.”Archipalago added.
Watch the interview below;
Moreover, Dennis Archipalago addressing whether he was the one who gave him the fake Adidas during the Bie Gya saga a few years ago he stated that “it was his stylist at Kwame Nkrumah circle who provided him with those fake clothes”.
He also revealed that stylist was even sacked for bringing him the fake Adidas.
Archipalago has been at the centre of controversies and trolls after he released his first single track ‘Megye’. The song, many social media users, musicians, critics have described the song as trash, considering how Archipalago vehemently criticise artiste like Patapaa whenever they bring out a new song.
His song which many prefer to call it the 666 song — on youtube has generated the most dislikes (15k as at the time of writing this article) as compared to 1.4k people who like the song.