- Shatta Wale has proven that he is one of the richest musicians in Ghana
- In a new video, the Ayoo hitmaker displayed his fleet of cars
- The new video comes 24 hours after Beyoncé dropped the Already track which she featured Shatta Wale
Ghanaian dancehall sensation Shatta Wale has set tongues wagging on social media after showing of his wealth after Beyoncé featured him on her latest album The Gift.
Shatta Wale has proven that he is one of the richest musicians in the country currently.
YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of Shatta Wale putting his properties on display.
In the video, which was shared by Shatta Wale, one can see his fleet of cars and his powerful mansion as he played the Already soundtrack which Beyoncé featured him.
His caption of the video read, “You just have to be brave Be your own king and don’t let nobody rule your world ..Long live the KING #Already @beyonce x @shattawalenima #Warrior.
As expected, the video which has taken over the internet has caught the attention of his followers.
Thee followers made a lot of remarks with how Shatta Wale flaunted his wealth.
@lindavanhelvert_ commented: “Alaaaaaaaaaaaa after Beyoncé’s money we will buy private jet.”
@jrthedarkskin also wrote: “Man if people didn't like you before, they should wait till you win a Grammy for this track. This is the biggest afrobeats track of 2019 paah paah paah.”
@bujuman_: “You were a King Already ma Champion Shatta and Beyoncé proved it to the whole wide world."
@championbossu: “no driving lincence no number plate only ownership nice lifestyle @shattawalenima Godfather mmmmmwaaaah.”
@woshboss: “King wey no wait. You rule Shatta!!! Boom!!.”
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a story of Shatta Wale has explained why his verse on the Already song with Beyoncé did not feature any of his signatures.
According to Shatta Wale, he was making the song for global consumption so he had to go by the global standards.
The much-awaited song with Beyoncé was released on Friday, July 19, 2019, as part of the Lion King: The Gift album.
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Source: Yen News