- Shatta Bandle has flaunted his father for the first time on social media
- The diminutive social media star shared a photo describing his father as lovely
- The photo shows a resemblance between Shatta Bandle and his father
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Ghanaian social media sensation Shatta Bandle, known in private life Fridaus Idrissu, has shown off his father, Alhaji Iddrisu to the world.
Shatta Bandle celebrated his birthday on Friday, February 7, 2020, and flooded social media with photos.
In one of his posts on Snapchat, the diminutive Shatta Bandle chose to hail the man who brought him to this world.
The photo has Alhaji Iddrisu dressed in a white boubou with designs in front of the dress.
From the photo, it is quite obvious that he is the father of Shatta Bandle as they share a resemblance which is easy to see.
Sharing the photo, Shatta Bandle described his father as a "lovely" man.
"My lovely father, Alhaji Iddrisu," Shatta Bandle inscribed on the photo on Snapchat.
Meanwhile, Shatta Bandle recently flaunted a brand new Ferrari on social media he claimed to have bought.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Bandle was seen stand next to the car while a faceless individual who was hiding behind the camera shot a video of the car.
Shatta Bandle later entered the car while he held the steering wheel and said he was going to give the new car to his girlfriend.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh had reported that Shatta Bandle wanted to buy telecommunications giant MTN Ghana if the company is unable to run its affairs.
According to Shatta Bandle, he as a businessman has lost a lot of money but has been because of data challenges since Thursday, January 16.
Though MTN Ghana has apologized and given reasons why customers are facing problems with their data, Shatta Bandle says the company can do better.
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