A young man claiming to be the friend of Junior US has jabbed popular dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, over some monetary issues.
A Ghanaian living in the US has slammed Shatta Wale for allegedly owing his friend Junior US who was shot dead in the US.
According to him, Shatta Wale is owing Junior US after collecting money from him to perform at his birthday party.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the gentleman expressed his disappointment at the Shatta Movement boss.
Talking to the host, he said "do you see the guy who was shot here, his $10,000 is with a big artiste in Ghana."
"Junior US plays with my little brother and he made it known to all of us that he paid Shatta Wale $10,000 to come perform at his birthday party," he alleged.
The gentleman went on to reveal that the money is needed to take care of Junior's children since he has two children in the States.
Kindly skip to 0:07 to listen to the exact words of the gentleman. Source: Gh Page TV
"Shatta Wale should bring the money so that Junior's children can be taken good care of. One of the children is 7 months old while the other is not yet 5 years old," he noted.
He went on to state that the 'Gringo' hitmaker is living lavishly in Ghana so it is appropriate for him to return the cash.
"Tell Shatta Wale that if Junior wasn't bragging but he truthfully gave him $10,000, then he should return it," he added.
Shatta Wale has come under heavy criticisms after the death of his friend Junior US who was shot dead in his apartment few hours to his birthday at Philadelphia.
First it was Pope Skinny who jabbed the 'My Level' hitmaker for not attending the body viewing of Junior US.
At the funeral of Junior US in Kumasi, friends who went to the burial also slammed the self-proclaiming king of African dancehall for disregarding his friend.
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