Hiplife artiste Nukre has challenged Dancehall King Shatta Wale to be bold and join the fight against Tramadol abuse by the youth.
He said the latter’s silence on the issue smacks of cowardice especially since many of those trapped in the net live in depressed areas popularly referred to as ghettos.
The artiste believes that the best person to help in this fight is Shatta Wale because most of his followers are from the ghettos and he has a lot of influence on the Ghetto guys, he is indeed the King of the Ghettos
“I’m disappointed in Shatta and will call him a coward for keeping silent on the way Tramadol overdose is destroying the lives of many in the Ghettos. People living in the Ghettos especially the youth, look up to him. Shatta stands as the Father of the Ghettos” Nukre said.
He posited that, if Shatta was able to compose a song to create awareness on fake Prophet and their fake prophecies then he might as well do same to help in the fight against the abuse of Tramadol.
He further expressed worry on the Mid-morning show on Uniiq Fm with Kwame Uniiq at how dangerous it is for a female News Presenter Nana Aba Anamoah to be going into the Ghettos alone to educate the youth on Tramadol overdose.
According to “Taxi driver” hit-maker, he is embarking on this fight because three close friends of his, two boys and a girl who were barely 30 years lost their lives recently due to Tramadol.
Nukre is a Ghanaian hiplife artiste who composed the song “Taxi driver” featuring Bisa kdei. His album will be launched in July with Female Dancehall Artiste AK songstress. Tumbani is the producer of the album with videos by Prince Dovlo.