Individuals who have tagged themselves as celebrity look-alikes have responded to Shatta’s claim that he will beat them for impersonating celebrities and disrespecting Medikal.
In recent weeks, the emergence of lookalikes has become a topic of interest on social media, with some expressing concern over the phenomenon. There have been claims that these individuals are hired to perform at events, where they are paid for performing the songs of the main artist without prior consent.
This compelled Medikal to react and called out radio and television stations for giving airtime to these self-proclaimed lookalikes and promoting them.
He also directed some harsh words toward the lookalikes themselves. In response, the Kuami Eugene and King Promise doppelgängers, who seem to be leading the group of lookalikes stated that the media is not just for celebrities, and as human beings, they have the right to appear on TV.
Following their response to Medikal, Shatta Wale reacted and threatened to beat them for challenging the ‘Omo Ada’ hitmaker.
Well, the Lookalike Association has clapped back at Shatta Wale. Speaking in an interview with SammyKay, the group[p revealed that they are living in danger due to threats and vitriolic attacks being meted on them, they will no longer portray themselves as lookalikes.
The group reiterated that Wale cannot beat them as claimed in his video.