Archipalago speaking in a self-recorded video that was posted on his Instagram page insinuated that he would have replied Shatta Wale if he was in his bodyguard’s shoes.
The originator of the “Biegya” term known in real life Dennis Archipalago also stated that no one will his way if he/she slaps him.
He added that as an employer in reference to the bodyguard, it is your boss who pays your salary and sometimes feeds when you are broke so receiving a slap from your superior is normal.
He called Biggie Spartan (Shatta Wale’s bodyguard) as the “John” and Shatta Wale, his “Master” in the slapping incident.
The Ghanaian social media entertainer continued that the right thing for Biggie to have done was to turn the other cheek to receive another slap from his boss just because he was the employee.
Shatta Wale made headlines during the S Concert held at the Accra Sports Stadium on Friday when he slapped one of his bodyguards on stage.
Shatta Wale has, however, come out to indicate that the slap was a test of his bodyguard’s loyalty whereas his bodyguard has proved his loyalty by telling all Ghanaians to shut up.