- Internet sensation Shatta Bandle has got Nigerians excited after engaging them in a thrilling performance
- The diminutive personality mounted the stage and bluffed like he normally does to the admiration of patrons
- Shatta Bandle was in Nigeria as part of his tour of the West African country and has met top celebrities
Popular social media sensation Shatta Bandle known in real life as Firdaus Iddrisu has entertained Nigerians in a video.
In the video, Shatta Bandle was seen performing on stage as the patrons of the event laughed their hearts out.
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While on stage, the diminutive personality bluffed about his riches and how he has been spending huge sums of money on himself.
Shatta Bandle was introduced on stage to a rousing welcome as he held the microphone to perform.
"I am short but my pocket is tall. I see a lot of big men here. I can see King Rudeboy in the building," he said.
"My money is tall, look at my neck. The chain on my neck is gold. I bought this chain for 20 million dollars," he added.
While he bragged on stage, patrons of the event kept laughing all the way through the time he was talking.
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Deducing from the video and the way patrons were laughing, it is evident that there is a lot of love for Shatta Bandle in Nigeria.
He is currently in Nigeria as he is said to be meeting some celebrities and performing to fans there.
Shatta Bandle was in the news after a video showing him flaunting a private jet at an airport in Lagos went viral.
The popular braggart was heard bluffing to some airport attendants before walking off to board the private jet.
Shatta Bandle has become a household name through bragging and his claims to be richer than Aliko Dangote.
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