Natty Lee of SM Militants breaks silence over sacking by Shatta Wale (WATCH VIDEO)

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Former member of Shatta Wale’s Militants, Natty Lee has confirmed that Shatta Wale has indeed sacked them.

Natty Lee confirmed this in an interview with Zeal on Homebase TV monitored by KwasiAboagyeLive.com.

Some days ago, Shatta Wale posted on Twitter that he had sacked his Militants.

He later did a Facebook Live and furiously stated his reasons for sacking them.

According to him, the Militants snitched about him to a woman in Germany that he doesn’t pay them when he uses them for shows and also added that they didn’t write sensible songs.

Speaking on the matter, Natty Lee said there were bound to be misunderstandings in a team and even in the Gospel industry people had issues with their colleagues.

Natty Lee disclosed that they were still working hard to settle their differences with Shatta Wale.

“We are trying to solve our differences, if it goes well, fine…if it doesn’t go well, Shatta Wale has helped us…he has tried his best. If it doesn’t go well, we are also men and everybody should [struggle] and put in an effort,” he said.

The SM Militants consist of Addi Self, Natty Lee, Joint 77 and Captan.

Together with Shatta Wale they released the hit song “Taking Over”.

Watch the video below:

Former member of Shatta Wale’s Militants, Natty Lee has confirmed that Shatta Wale has indeed sacked them.

Natty Lee confirmed this in an interview with Zeal on Homebase TV monitored by KwasiAboagyeLive.com.

Some days ago, Shatta Wale posted on Twitter that he had sacked his Militants.

He later did a Facebook Live and furiously stated his reasons for sacking them.

According to him, the Militants snitched about him to a woman in Germany that he doesn’t pay them when he uses them for shows and also added that they didn’t write sensible songs.

Speaking on the matter, Natty Lee said there were bound to be misunderstandings in a team and even in the Gospel industry people had issues with their colleagues.

Natty Lee disclosed that they were still working hard to settle their differences with Shatta Wale.

“We are trying to solve our differences, if it goes well, fine…if it doesn’t go well, Shatta Wale has helped us…he has tried his best. If it doesn’t go well, we are also men and everybody should [struggle] and put in an effort,” he said.

The SM Militants consist of Addi Self, Natty Lee, Joint 77 and Captan.

Together with Shatta Wale they released the hit song “Taking Over”.

Watch the video below:

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