Shatta Wale has shared a snippet of his Accra wide street tour that saw the popular dancehall artist take part in an elaborate motorcade that included multiple cars and dozens of motorcycle.
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Self Styled dancehall artist, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr's decision to re-brand himself from his former stage name, Bandana, to his current stage name, Shatta Wale, was probably the artist's best decision of his entire career. Since the re-branding, the artist's fan base has blossomed exponentially and made him one of the most - if not the most - popular artist in Ghana.
This being the case, Shatta Wale's Accra wide street tour saw the artist visit several suburbs in the capital city accompanied by two police escorts, and dozens of motorcycle escorts. The motorcade was so extensive that some commented that it [the motorcade] was even bigger than that of the President.
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Captioning a snippet of his day long tour of "ghettos" and suburbs in Accra , Shatta Wale wrote that a champion is seldom entirely comfortable able, since being a champion means always fending off challenges and remaining in the fight.
"You will never be entirely comfortable. This is the truth behind the champion..." wrote Shatta Wale.
Checkout Shatta Wale's post on Facebook and Instagram:
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