Ghanaian rapper Kwaw Kese has revealed that Shatta Wale's mansion he lives in was given to him by a political party.
According to the rapper, the $1 million mansion that Shatta Wale boasts about was not bought with his personal money.
Even though Kwaw Kese did not mention the name of the political party, he alleged that the house was a gift to Shatta Wale out of his support for a party.
Meanwhile prior to the 2016 election, Shatta Wale on some occasions performed at rallies organized by the NDC.
At another point in time, he threw his support behind President Akufo-Addo and even got handed a special trip to the Flagstaff House.
YEN.com.gh however cannot confirm if Kwaw Kese's allegation relates to Shatta Wale's support for the NPP.
Kwaw Kese in the video also asked dancehall artiste Shatta Wale to apologize for deceiving Ghanaians about the price of the house.
According to the rapper, the house which is located at East Legon did not cost $1 million like he came out to announce.
In the video, Kwaw Kese revealed that the house Shatta Wale was referring to does not cost even $200,000.
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"Shatta Wale's friend, Pope Skinny, made us know that Shatta Wale's house he claimed to buy for $1 million does not cost that amount," he explained.
"Shatta Wale should apologize to his fans because he lied and has been lying to his fans for all this while," he added.
Kwaw Kese interestingly said at the end of the video that he will make sure Shatta Wale apologizes to his fans.
Meanwhile, this is not the first time Kwaw Kese has slammed Shatta Wale for doing something wrong.
Recently, Kwaw Kese jabbed Shatta Wale for being a hypocrite and said that he should stop fooling.
According to the rapper, Shatta Wale should put a stop to attacking other artistes.
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