- Presenter Efia Odo has admitted that dancehall musician Shatta Wale comes to 'carry' her at home
- She disclosed that the musician is her friend, so sometimes they spend quality time and have fun together
- Efia Odo had earlier denied allowing Shatta Wale to come over to her house but admitted when someone in her area revealed the truth
Actress and television presenter Efia Odo has finally admitted that dancehall musician Shatta Wale comes to her house.
According to the screen goddess, the Shatta Movement boss is her friend, so they spend time together.
In an interview with Accra-based radio station Hitz FM, Efia Odo expressed her admiration for Shatta Wale.
"Shatta Wale comes to pick me often in my area, he has never entered my house but he comes to pick me up," she admitted.
"Shatta Wale is my friend so he can call and say I should meet him in my area so he picks me up and we go out," the actress added.
Prior to the admission, Efia Odo denied allowing Shatta Wale come to her house or come to her neighbourhood.
It was after a listener from her neighbourhood at Spintex texted to reveal Shatta Wale does come to her place that she admitted.
Kindly skip to 39:10 for exact words of Efia Odo. Source: Hitz FM
"I did not say Shatta Wale does not come to my area but he has never been inside my house," she stressed.
When asked about her recent visit to Shatta Wale, Efia Odo noted that she went to see the musician because to celebrate their two years friendship anniversary.
The socialite however denied having any intimate affair with the 'Gringo' hitmaker while there in his house.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh published a story concerning a video of herself and Shatta Wale cuddling on the day she visited.
Fans of the dancehall sensation accused him of having an affair with Efia Odo, a reason he was not wearing boxer shorts in the video.
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