Shatta Wale reveals why he is still with Zylofon though his contract has expired

Shatta Wale reveals why he is still with Zylofon though his contract has expired

- Shatta Wale has confirmed that his contract with Zylofon Media has expired

- Shatta Wale said he is still with Zylofon Media because of the love he has for NAM1

Controversial singer Shatta Wale has confirmed that his contract with Zylofon Media has ended.

According to Shatta Wale, currently he doesn’t have a contract with Zylofon Media but he is still with the firm because of the love he has for Nana Appiah Mensah popularly known as NAM1.

He said, "My contract with Zylofon has ended on paper though, but my relationship with Zylofon and NAM1 I can’t leave them, so I am still with them to show them the love they showed me.

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"We needed someone like Nana Appiah to save this industry, he is a good man, and I believe he will come back strong and pay every Menzgold customer."

Shatta Wale made this known in an interview with Accra-based FM on Saturday, May 4, 2019

The danacehall sensation brought the country to a standstill during his signing on January 31, 2018.

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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a story of Shatta Wale regarding his deal with beverage company Kasapreko, producers of Storm Energy Drink.

Shatta Wale revealed the terms and conditions underlying his Storm Energy Drink ambassadorial deal.

According to him, Kasapreko knew he was controversial, however, they still believed he could get a good job done so they gave him the post.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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