YEN.com.gh has come across a a video circulating on social media of a young man who spoke and acted exactly like Shatta Wale.
A young man has been spotted in a video as he mimicked popular dancehall artiste Shatta Wale.
In the video that the 'My Level' hitmaker himself posted on his Instagram page, the young man was seen ranting like Shatta Wale did in an old video.
The video has attracted a lot of attention since Shatta Wale himself got fascinated by the rather hilarious video.
The manner in which the young man spoke was interesting and very similar to how the self-proclaiming dancehall artiste speaks.
Instagram users on watching the video reacted:
@jaity_barbie admitted the young man is his favorite comedian: "Owwwww@Shattawalenima you just posted my favorite comedian's video."
@kenyastr was of the view that the young man is funny: "He got you, dude. too funny."
@kwaku_l.a asked Shatta Wale to give the young man a gift: "@shattawalenima This boy needs a gift from you."
@daawa_quinn expressed his admiration for the young man: "I feel this guy."
@pheena_songs had this to say: "Eii copy copy to the highest."
It is surprising that someone will be able to mimic Shatta Wale as the young man did in the hilarious video.
Meanwhile, research done by YEN.com.gh revealed that the young man is an upcoming actor and comedian known as 'made in ghana'.
However, Shatta Wale was in the news recently after he hinted of having a soft spot for his former girlfriend Michy.
In the same post that the young man mimicked Shatta Wale, the 'Gringo' hitmaker in tagging others hashtagged Michy.
It came as a surprise to many because it is widely know that the two former love birds are no more dating.
But with Shatta Wale hash-tagging Michy in his recent post, it is evident that the musician still thinks of his 'baby mama'.
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