Entertainment analyst claims Majesty is not Shatta Wale's son

Entertainment analyst claims Majesty is not Shatta Wale's son

- Entertainment analyst David Germain Portfolio has claimed that Majesty is not Shatta Wale's son

- He noted that he is ready to be sued if anyone calls on him to prove his allegation that Majesty is not Shatta Wale's son

- The allegation has caused a stir on social media with many fans of Shatta Wale jabbing the entertainment journalist

An entertainment analyst David Germain has alleged that Shatta Wale is not the biological father of Majesty, the five-year-old boy known to be Shatta Wale's son.

According to the analyst, he is ready to be sued if Shatta Wale or anyone comes forward with a lawsuit over the allegation.

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In a Facebook post that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, David expressed opinion about Shatta Wale and his son amid Majesty's birthday.

After posting a photo of Majesty, David wrote "Truth be told masa. I am ready to be sued!!!#OPANA de3," YADI LIE NO AHY3 NO. Maka aa, maka."

Kofi agreed with David's claim:

Nana recalled that Shatta Wale did not wish Majesty a happy birthday:

Poku warned David about his allegation:

Nana had this to say:

Nana commented:

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However, YEN.com.gh cannot tell if what David wrote is true or they are just mere allegations against Shatta Wale.

Meanwhile, checks on Shatta Wale's page revealed that he did not wish his son Majesty a happy birthday.

Even though the Shatta Movement boss has flaunted his son many times, his failure to wish him a happy birthday raised eyebrows to whether David's claim is true.

Meanwhile, Majesty's mother and Shatta Wale's former girlfriend, Michy Diamond took to Instagram to celebrate Majesty.

In photos that she posted, she wished her son a happy birthday, revealing her support and love for him.

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