‘Baby Mama’ of controversial dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has pulled down her controversial Facebook comments hours after accusing him of assaulting and pointing a gun at her.
Shatta Wale on Monday, took to his social media page to tell his fans that he has broken up with Shatta Mitchy.
Wale in his post, accused Mitchy of chasing him with knife, and subsequently warned all men to be wise and take similar actions against their women.
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“When a woman chase you with a Knife ..DAWG AM .....!!!!!! Boys be wise ....Am done .The wise will understand!!!!!!!!” Shatta Wale categorically said.
Wale’s Facebook comment caused a huge stir among his Shatta Movement fans, as they expressed mix feelings about the news.
However, Shatta Mitchy also took to her Facebook page to launch a counter attack on Shatta Wale, accusing him of assaulting her.
Mitchy in a series of comments posted a photo of a portion of her head to her fans, creating the impression that Shatta Wale has physically assaulted her.
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Shatta Mitchy in another post wrote, “From a one corner ghetto to 2 houses .Shall we all know how the second one came about? God hates ungrateful people. Accept your faults, or accept that u have a problem and seek help.”
But Yen.com.gh can confirm that, Mitchy has pulled down all her Facebook posts few hours ago, and has put up a new post that still leaves us confused about the state of their relationship.
“I’m thankful for all those difficult people in my life, for they’ve shown me who I do not want to be I aspire to be happy, successful, empowered to empower. I refuse to be broken not for me but for all the young ladies around me. #ladyboss #michy1 #SMWomenEmpowerment,” Mitchy posted.
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