-Shatta Wale has revealed that 4Syte TV is claiming he owes them money
-According to the musician, he is ready for a battle over the issue with the support of his new bosses
Multiple award-winning dancehall act, Charles Nii Armah Mensah has raised concerns about a debt he is believed to owe 4Syte TV for some services they rendered to him some years ago.
The musician however appears to be unperturbed by the new development and is hopeful of an amicable resolution with the help of his new employers.
Shatta Wale took to his Twitter account and wrote, “SO @official4SYTETV SAID I OWE THEM $40,000 FOR MY 2 VIDEO SHOOTS IN SOUTH AFRICA IN 2014 WHEN MY CAREER JUMPSTARTED. DONT WORRY WE GO GO COURT.. WITH #ZYLOFON I HAVE NO FEAR.. #CHAMPIOOOOOOOON.”
According to the post, the entertainment giants were claiming an amount of $40,000 as fees owed them for two music videos they shot for the dancehall act in South Africa about 4 years ago.
The “Taking Over” hitmaker’s ‘outburst is believed to stem from the confidence he has in his new management and is sure that even if there is a legal battle, he was going to come out victorious.
Shatta Wale and Zylofon Media made headlines when it was reported that the entertainment outfit signed the musician after paying a reported amount of 1.5 million dollars.
In recent happenings, some family members of the dancehall act have vehemently refuted claims that their son was going to die after some prophets made some comments concerning his life.
The “Dem Confuse” hitmaker in a ‘nasty’ reply said he was going to burn down churches should the prophecy about his life not come to pass by December.
Not long after that, the musician was seen on Val’s Day leading prayers for protection against ‘premature’ death.
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