-Shatta Wale has 'opened' his million-dollar mansion with a party
-He gifted the magnificent edifice to his long-time girlfriend, Shatta Michy
-They hosted a number of their friends at the grand opening
Self-proclaimed king of dancehall music in Ghana and Zylofon Media artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, known in the world of showbiz as Shatta Wale, has finally opened his much talked-about $1 million mansion.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale was seen in the company of his close friends and some of the loyal members of his Shatta Movement as they officially opened the house.
The building which is believed to be in East Legon has a big swimming pool in it, amon gother luxurious amenities that are found in most mansions.
The 'Taking Over' hitmaker however revealed that he bought the house for his sweetheart, Diamond Michelle Gbagonah, known widely as Shatta Michy.
Shatta Wale, in the video he recorded made it known that the million-dollar mansion belonged to the mother of his son.
Shatta Wale’s status read, “Shatta Michy your house is ready…I bought it for you…Latest Slay queen in Town…She owns a mansion.”
Some of the people who were seen at the unveiling were Shatta Wale’s close friend, Solash, musician Pope Skinny and some cast of the popular Kejetia Vs Makola series.
Shatta Michy was also present and she could not hide her joy as she expressed her love for their new edifice. She was seen in a few lovey-dovey moments with her man as they ensured that their guests were having a nice time in their new home.
Earlier on, Shatta Wale’s dad, Shatta Capo is noted to have indicated that his son is ‘undieable’ and also revealed that he was going to ‘take on’ some prophets who had prophesied doom upon his son.
Shata Wale appears to be on a ‘warpath’ with some Men of God and threatened to burn down some churches soon.
In one video which the 'Dem Confuse' song maker recorded, he revealed that his parents split up because of ‘influence’ from a man of God.
He added that he ended up becoming a ‘street child’ as a result of the split up.
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