Shatta Wale list reasons why he will go down in history as the hero with a big mouth

Shatta Wale list reasons why he will go down in history as the hero with a big mouth

Ghanaian Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has listed reasons why he will go down in the history books of Ghana as a hero.

In a post sighted on the Instagram page of Shatta Wale, the 'self-proclaiming king of African Dancehall posted a sculpture of himself designed by Dreamline Aaron Jay.

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Under the sculpture that seemed 'ugly' but carved to resemble Shatta Wale, the 'My Level' hitmaker wrote "Thank you DreamLine Aaron Jay"

Shatta Wale then continued to list reasons why he will be celebrated and his name will go down the history books of Ghana.

Referring to the sculptor of him, the controversial artiste wrote "Years to come his name will go down into history as hero with a big mouth that saved the music industry of Ghana from the hands of other music markets"

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Shatta Wale continued by listing supposed achievements by him, a reason for which he has predicted that he will go down into Ghanaian history as one who came to save the music industry.

"A hero who saw artiste being paid huge some of Money bcos he fought for that. A hero whose era end paying of payola cos he proved to people one can still push and promote a song without radio/Tv"; he said.

The Gringo' hitmaker continued to list his supposed achievements and wrote "Years To come he will b remembered as the only artiste who went down for Ten year and bounce back to take the number one spot".

"Charles Nii Armah most sketch artiste in the history of ghana music. He's so influential that every artisan wants to try their hands on his image. 21 Gun salute to The living legend Shatta waleeeee! paaa paaa paaa!" he said as he heaped praise on himself.

Real name Charles Nii Armah Mensah, Shatta Wale got onto the Ghanaian music scene in the early 2000s but went blank few years later.

Though he was still recording while gone into hibernation, he did not make any hit until 2013 when the Reggae Dancehall artiste made waves with his 'Dancehall King' song.

Since then, the 'Country Boss' has been enjoying support from a huge fan base, thus has become a household name in Ghana.

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