Shatta Wale reveals he owns nine cars and three mansions (video)

Shatta Wale reveals he owns nine cars and three mansions (video)

- Shatta Wale has revealed that he owns nine expensive cars and three mansions

- According to him, not many Ghanaians believe he owns these cars and houses

- He made the statement to clarify a point in a recent interview on radio

Dancehall superstar Shatta Wale has opened up on his wealth listing the number of cars and houses he owns.

According to Shatta Wale, he is the landlord to three mansions and owner of nine luxurious cars at the moment.

The My Level hitmaker made the revelation while speaking in an interview with Takoradi-based Empire FM.

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The show host, Feeling Daddy, had asked Shatta to explain how his collaboration with Beyonce for the Already song on her Lion King: The Gift album came about and how he kept it a secret.

In his response, Shatta disclosed that he was not bound by any agreement to keep it a secret but he decided to do that.

This, according to him, was because Ghanaians often doubt him even to the point of doubting that he owns the cars he flaunts on social media.

"You know Ghanaians even if you buy a car they will doubt if it is yours. I have like eight or nine cars but when I show off, they doubt me," Shatta disclosed.

Later in the interview, the host asked Shatta Wale how many houses he had and he answered that he owned three at the moment.

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Earlier, Shatta Wale had shared photos and videos of his fleet of cars to celebrate his feature on Beyonce's album.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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