- Shatta Wale is celebrating his 34th birthday today, October 17
- Among his well-wishers is Menzgold and Zylofon boss Nana Appiah Mensah whose message on social media has sparked agitations
- Some people have indicated that NAM1 should concentrate on paying his debts rather than sending such messages
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Ghana's Dancehall superstar Shatta Wale has turned 34 years old today, Thursday, October 17, 2019.
To celebrate Shatta Wale, many of his celebrity friends have taken to social media to share heartwarming messages.
The latest to have joined in the best wishes is the Zylofon and Menzgold CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah aka NAM1.
NAM1 took to Instagram to share a photo of himself with Shatta Wale while praying for strength and long life for the Dancehall star.
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"Happy Birthday bro. Age in grace and strength. Keep moving ... Our back is a burnt bridge.#KingAlready #ZylofonMusic. #Ghanashallprosper. #maranatha," he wrote.
While the message from NAM1 is a harmless one, it has spurred a number of angry reactions from social media users who think he should concentrate on paying off Menzgold customers and stop dabbling in birthday matters.
One of the first people to comment was Stonebwoy's brother-in-law, Bright Ahenkorah (known on Instagram as @lion_bhimnative).
Bright had been tagged with his wife (Stonebwoy's sister) in a comment by @freddy_cole which read: "@lion_bhimnative @msa_ra we want money ah opana say happy birthday ooo"
@lion_bhimnative responded saying he was even tired: "@freddy_cole I tire sef."
@kofi_dangote did not mince word as he told NAM1 to stop fooling and pay customers: "Masa shun dey fool den pay the money."
@lisabelle374 was just saddened and wanted NAM1 to pay the money as quickly as possible to alleviate her suffering: "Oh it’s sad o..everyday Ghana shall prosper,Ghana shall this ..this money has caused us a lot of harm than you think ..pls try and pay us o ..we are suffering ..lemme speak for myself “I am suffering."
@qweci_loner reminded NAM1 of his December deadline for payment: "Masa shun dey do like u no go pay the money o, Christmas dey come."
@urban_101 asked if NAM1 would go for Shatta Wale's concert as people wanted to see him: "Would you come to his concert? Niggars wanna see you And they will be waiting."
In other news, Star Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah has been spotted in a new video showing off a big baby bump.
In the video, Jackie was hanging out with colleague actress Joselyn Dumas and Valerie, one Akufo-Addo's daughters.
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