- Shatta Bandle has been featured in his first-ever music video
- The video is for a song belonging to Nigerian singer Rudeboy of P-Square fame
- Rudeboy disclosed the news sharing a clip from the music video
Nigerian singer Rudeboy of P-Square fame has featured Ghanaian social media sensation Shatta Bandle in a new music video.
Rudeboy announced the appearance of Shatta Bandle in his music video on social media on Friday, September 20, 2019.
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Sharing a short clip from the music video, Rudeboy urged fans to anticipate the upcoming video saying P-Square's Rudeboy features Shatta Bandle in his music video saying "wait for it. Coming soon. #audiomoney."
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Bandlewho held bundles of money was seen running for his life as some men chased him.
After being caught by the men who were dressed like firefighters, one of the men sprayed him with water from the fire tender.
From the short clip, Shatta Bandle looks to have played a very key role in Rudeboy's music video.
The news of the music video with Rudeboy comes just a few days after Shatta Bandle travelled to Nigeria.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Bandle was spotted in a photo chilling with Rudeboy upon his arrival in Nigeria.
In the photo, Shatta Bandle who dressed gorgeous with two watches on his wrist posed for the camera as King Rudy bent down to take the photo with him.
Deducing from the photo, it shows that the Ghanaian social media sensation paid a visit to the P-square artiste in his mansion.
And it turns out now, Shatta Bandle's visit to Nigeria seems to have been all about the music video with Rudeboy.
Since the short video came up fans have been literally jubilating with many praising Rudeboy for the move.
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