Self-acclaimed Dancehall King of Ghana, Shatta Wale, has said that he knows his rights as a citizen of Ghana.
Therefore, Ghana Police cannot arrest him ‘just like that’.
According to Shatta Wale, the Ghana Police is aware that he is hated by most of his colleague musicians.
And so the Police would not heed calls by his ‘haters’ to arrest him for no offence, he added.
Shatta Wale was speaking in relations to news in a section of the media that he had been arrested by the Ghana Police for firing gunshots in public.
He was also responding to calls by colleague artiste, Nana Kwaku Okyere Duah, popularly known as Tic Tac, on the Ghana Police to arrest him Shatta.
YEN. com.gh also reported last week that the Ghana Police Service was set to investigate the public shooting of the dancehall king.
The Police’s stance was made known by the Public Affairs Director of the Ghana Police, ACP David Eklu.
But in a Facebook live chat on Monday night, Shatta Wale revealed that no policeman had contacted him over any case.
According to him, Tic Tac’s campaign for him to be arrested is borne out of sheer jealousy.
He stated that Tic Tac wants to pull him down because he is succeeding in his music career while Tic Tac is not.
Shatta Wale also made claims that the video which contains him firing gunshots in public has been doctored.
He also said that he fired the gunshot not at any Nigerian artistes as the doctored tape portrays but to scare away thieves.
According to the ‘Forgetti’ hit maker, on the fateful day, he was informed that some thieves had assembled at his gate wanting to force their way into his house.
Therefore, he thought it wise to fire the gunshots so the thieves would run away.
In the Facebook live chat, Shatta Wale disclosed that the video has been doctored by his ‘enemies’ so as to get the Police to put criminal charges on him.
He however stated that the Police know him as a law-abiding person and so would never listen to what people say about him.
What is more, Shatta Wale said most Policemen are his friends.
“They even vote for me to win awards at the Ghana Music Award; they like me and won’t listen to haters like you [referring to Tic Tac] to arrest me,” Shatta averred.
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