- Shatta Wale has revealed his plans to close down some media houses if he becomes president
- According to him, some of them peddle lies about him
- He added that he never requested for money to perform at the tribute concert for Ebony
Popular Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has promised to close down some media houses as soon as he becomes president of Ghana.
In a report by MyNewsGH.com, he stated that some media organizations have been peddling falsehoods against him for several years.
He went on to say that some of them have succeeded in painting him black, and this has affected his brand.
The dancehall artiste further noted that, as he suffered as a result of this unfortunate situation, he would not hesitate in ensuring that they are out of business as soon as he assumes office as the president of Ghana.
Shatta Wale passed these comments when he responded to allegations levelled against him with respect to the upcoming tribute concert for the late Ebony Reigns.
According to him, he never asked for money from the organizers, RuffTown Records, before he performs at the concert.
Shedding light on his recent altercation with the police, he stated that he sought to plead on behalf of a friend who was in trouble.
To his dismay, the media suddenly reported that he had shown disrespect to a police official.
Shatta Wale is, without doubt, one of Ghana's most popular musicians.
The dancehall musician’s influence with his large fan base makes him one of Ghana’s highly favored celebrities.
In 2017, he won several international awards including the African Entertainment Awards (USA), where he picked the Best Dancehall Artiste award.
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