The reigning People’s Celebrity of the Year, Shatta Wale, has made a revelation about how he is able to acquire so much wealth.
The self-acclaimed dancehall king of Ghana has on many occasions, touted himself as the richest of all his colleague musicians in Ghana.
He has often flaunted many currency notes on social media to show that he indeed has the money.
However, many people have wondered how he acquires the enormous riches he boasts of.
It is no news that Shatta Wale is one of Ghana’s highest paid musicians.
Recently, he was in the news for charging his fellow musician and good friend Sarkodie, GHC 200,000, as performance fee for the Rapperholic Concert held last December.
Many have also speculated that the ‘Taking Over’ hit maker indulges in internet fraud popularly called ‘Cafe’ or ‘Sakawa’ to make his money.
But yesterday, Shatta Wale, in a post via his his Facebook page, revealed what actually brings him so much money.
He wrote: “Bolggers 2018 change [your] life and come let’s work together. Your lies [make] me get money too much.”
Thus, the musician via his post, indicated that the activities of bloggers with regards to him fetch him money.
Shatta Wale indeed made headlines in 2017 for the wrong reasons.
He was in the news for various controversies ranging from his beef with Nigerian artistes, the attack on fellow Ghanaian musicians including Tic Tac, VIP, Reggie Rockstone and others.
To wrap up the year with another controversy, Shatta Wale slapped his bodyguard at the S-Concert organized by the EIB Network, and that generated a lot of backlash against him.
If Shatt Wale’s post is anything to go by, nis fans believe that he should not have problems with bloggers publishing fake news about him, since such news bring in some form of revenue for him.
Meanwhile, Shatta has denied rumours that he had sacked his long time girlfriend, Shatta Michy, from their home.
The reports of their feud went haywire on social media but the couple denied the rumours with various posts and pictures.
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