Shatta Wale rains insult on Ghanaians in latest video over “Ghana is a village” comment

Shatta Wale rains insult on Ghanaians in latest video over “Ghana is a village” comment

- Shatta Wale said he can attack the whole of Ghana which would make President Akufo-Addo and the Ghana police beg him

- This followed his statement that Ghana is a village which has been condemned by some Ghanaians

- Shatta Wale said he made his money on his own, and not even his mother or father can stop him when he decides to do anything

In a new video sighted by, Shatta Wale has responded with fire attacks on him by some Ghanaians for claiming that Ghana is a village.

According to him, he can turn down the whole of Ghana, and make the president and Ghana police to beg him to stop, indicating that he feared nobody.

Shatta Wale’s comment followed earlier one he made while in London calling Ghana a village.

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According to him, the country is best described as a village because it lacked basic amenities including hospital beds, good roads, and many others.

He added that until he started seeing changes, he would not retract his statement.

But Shatta Wale’s comment earned him much criticisms on social media, and people have called him all sorts of names.

Venting his anger on Ghanaians, the musician said since he started singing many years ago, no one has paid him royalties, still maintaining that Ghana is a village.

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He added that he made his name and money with hard work and begging, without the support of his mother, his father, therefore, no one can control him.

Shatta Wale has also been in the news recently following some compliments showered on him by Ghanaians.

He has been described as hardworking, generous, and very down to earth.

Others have also said they admire Shatta Wale because of his brand and his desire to remain relevance in the entertainment industry.

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