Shatta Wale urges creditors to come for their money

Shatta Wale urges creditors to come for their money

Controversial Ghanaian dancehall artist, Shatta Wale, has hilariously called to everyone who he's indebted to to quickly come and collect their money now that he's joined the biggest arts and entertainment company in Ghana, Zylofon Media.

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It appears that Shatta Wale may have been inundated with calls from creditors since news of his signing up to Zylofon Media.

Nevertheless, is pretty sure that no one has ever been so happy to send a call to action to their creditors as Shatta Wale was when he recorded his particular short video.

In his video, Shatta Wale tells anyone he owns money to come so tat he can pay them since he is now okay after signing up to Zylofon Media.

"Anybody where I borrow from, come make I pay you 'cause I'm okay, Zylofon... I will pay you, I'm okay." says Shatta Wale in the video.

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According to popular reports, Shatta Wale received a new house, a brand new Rolls-Royce, and $1,5 million in return for signing up to the Zylofon Media brand.

Although Zylofon Media's management has failed to confirm that the company has - in fact - forked over $1,5 million to Shatta Wale for him to sign on the dotted line, it has also conspicuously also failed to deny the report too.

Checkout Shatta Wale's video along with a few reactions below:

Controversial but loved...

thegodfather_capis: Hahahaha Hahaha I just love this guy.

You owe me too...

nanaamaksmShatta u owe me ooo lol soo funny.

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