Self-acclaimed dancehall king of Ghana, Shatta Wale, is throwing a ‘crazy’ dance challenge to all his fans.
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The ‘Taking Over’ hit maker posted a video to his social media page in which he is captured displaying some ‘crazy’ dance moves on stage.
He captioned the video: “#FreedomChallenge……... “This is a Funny Distin”.”
Charles Nii Amarh Mensah, as Shatta Wale is known in his private life, is seen shaking his boy violently in the dance while twisting his waist with his right leg in the air.
The video was shot by Ghanaweb during his performance at the Tema Sports Stadium during his ‘Shatta Wale Live In Tema’ Concert.
The Concert was also dubbed “The Untamed Energy Concert” and according to an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, less than 500 people were at the venue.
According to the report, as at midnight, less than 200 patrons had arrived for the Shatta Wale Live in Tema Concert, when tickets were sold at an affordable price at GHC20.
In order to increase the numbers the gates to the concert grounds were opened ajar so that fans could be gain access to the venue free of charge but still the numbers were not encouraging.
Nevertheless, the number at the event couldn’t stop the king of dancehall from doing what he knows best.
He was on top of his game, thrilling his ‘few’ fans with his catchy, dance-able and above all hit songs.
The Tema Sports Stadium went haywire when Shatta Wale began his ‘crazy’ dance moves.
As expected, some fans joined in the dance moves as they chanted his name.
Last year, Shatta Wale set an enviable record of releasing over a hundred (100) songs in just one year.
He also made most of the headlines with his controversies including slapping his bodyguard on stage and starting a ‘war’ with Nigerian artistes.
Undoubtedly, Shatta Wale’s most beautiful moment in 2017 was when he had the opportunity to meet President Akufo Addo at the Flagstaff House few days after his (Shatta’s birthday).
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