Popular dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has spoken for the first time concerning allegations made against him by his former girlfriend Shatta Michy.
Shatta Wale has denied assault allegations made against him by his former girlfriend Shatta Michy.
According to the self-proclaiming king of African dancehall, he did not physically abuse Shatta Michy.
In an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on Joy FM, Shatta Wale denied beating Shatta Michy that left bruises on her.
The 'My Level' hitmaker noted that Shatta Michy lied when she came out to accuse him of beating her.
Shatta Wale stated that he has never touched or laid his hands on Shatta Michy who has a son for him.
He jabbed Michy and claim that she is one of those girls who will cut herself with knife when she is quarreling with him.
"She is those kind of girls when you do her something she wants to cut herself with a knife," he said.
Providing reasons for their failed relationship, Shatta Wale blamed friends of his 'baby mama' as the ones polluting the mind of Michy.
Shatta Wale was speaking in the interview concerning an Instagram post that Shatta Michy put up in 2018.
In the post, Michy showed bruises on her forehead as she claimed that Shatta Wale had assaulted her.
She also claimed that Shatta Wale was ungrateful and a hypocrite who always beat her and later apologize.
After couple of break-ups and reuniting, Shatta Wale and his long time girlfriend Shatta Michy parted ways in 2018.
This time, Shatta Michy who revealed she now wants to be called by her name Michelle Diamond swore not to return to the dancehall artiste.
Just recently, YEN.com.gh published a news concerning Michy after saying she might die if she goes back to dating Shatta Wale.
In a comment she made on Instagram, Michy revealed that she would never go back to Shatta Wale for fear of dying prematurely.
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