Dancehall star Shatta Wale has asked male Ghanaian celebrities to pay more money anytime they sleep with slay queens.
According to Shatta Wale, many male celebrities have been using their fame to lure and sleep with slay queens without giving them any money. And even those who bother to pay just give meagre amounts like GHC200 and GHC300.
This behaviour, Shatta Wale added, is a hindrance to the progress of these slay queens and male celebrities must put a stop to it.
In a hilarious video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the My Level hitmaker explained that the slay queens want to buy cars, houses, and other properties so when the male celebrities refuse to pay or give such small amounts after sleeping with them, their dreams cannot be fulfilled.
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To the slay queens, Shatta Wale urged them to keep doing their 'business' on Snapchat and ignore any fears of having their activities or nudes leaked.
Shatta Wale's video comes in the wake of some scandalous claims that have hit social media since Tuesday, February 19.
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One Snapchat user with the handle, FatPu$$y005, has gone on what could be described as an exposing spree making bold claims on the sex lives of some Ghanaian celebrities.
Prominent among her claims has been the one about Moesha Boduong contracting HIV after sleeping with Livingstone Abani, a Nigerian man said to a godfather to Shatta Wale.
Though both Moesha and Shatta Wale have denied the allegations with Abani himself releasing results of an HIV test he recently had, the accuser has maintained her claims are true and even gone further to release some more claims.
Apart from Moesha, Efia Odo, Juliet Ibrahim, Fella Makafui, Sista Afia, Jackie Appiah, DKB, D-Black, Toosweet Annan, have all come up in the lady's list as leading reckless lifestyles behind the scenes.
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