Cardi B yawa: Shatta Wale confirms 'Ghana is a village' comment

Cardi B yawa: Shatta Wale confirms 'Ghana is a village' comment

- Shatta Wale has once again reinforced his claim that Ghana is indeed a village

- Following the Cardi B and the Ghana female celebrities incident on December 8, Shatta Wale used the opportunity to remind Ghanaians that the country is a village

- Shatta Wale appeared to have been disappointed with how things went between Cardi B and the female Ghanaian celebrities

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Controversial Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has reacted Cardi B leaving Ghanaian female celebrities hanging for close up to 5 hours, during the meet and greet session planned for them to interact with the American singer.

After all that had happened, Shatta Wale, who was also billed to perform at Livesport X Festival held at the Accra Sports Stadium on Sunday, December 8,2019, in a Twitter post sighted by read "WHEN I SAY GHANA BE VILLAGE...DEM GO TALK SAY WHY."

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Though most of the Ghanaian female celebrities were not happy about how things turned out with the meet and greet session with Cardi B, Shatta Wale reinforced her comment that Ghana is a village.

This is not the first time Shatta Wale has said that his country, Ghana, is a village. Perhaps what he wanted to say was that most Ghanaian celebrities are not regarded on the international scene.

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Cardi B claimed that she was not informed on the event and moreover, she was battling a stomach upset.

Fans and social media users, after watching the video in which she made the explanation, took to the comment section to express their opinion.

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