- Shatta Wale has been accused by a Nigerian artiste, Danlil, of stealing ideas for his latest song with Vybz Kartel
- Shatta Wale announced the new song titled Mansa Musa Money on Wednesday, February 26, 2020
- But according to Danlil, Shatta Wale stole the title and cover art for the new song from his own unreleased track
- Danlil shared a photo of the cover art for his own song which he claims was made in November 2019
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Shatta Wale has been accused of stealing the idea for his latest song Mansa Musa Money which features Jamaican Dancehall star Vybz Kartel.
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According to a Nigerian artiste, Danlil, Shatta Wale stole the idea for the song including the title and the cover art from him.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale announced on Wednesday, February 26, 2020, that his much-awaited collaboration with Vybz Kartel was ready.
Moments after Shatta Wale's post, Danlil also took to social media to make the accusations against the Ghanaian superstar.
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In two separate posts, the Nigerian singer claimed that he did a song in November 2019 and decided to name it Mansa Musa.
After the song was done, Danlil added that he made a broadcast on social media with the song title and cover art with the announcement that it will be released in 2020.
But before he could release the song, Shatta Wale has popped up with his Mansa Musa Money which features Vybz Kartel.
Later, Danlil who is now describing Shatta Wale as a thief shared a photo of his own artwork which he claims to have got in November 2019.
Interestingly, Danlil's cover art and that for Shatta Wale's song is almost the same.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has sighted videos of star actress and TV personality Nana Ama McBrown's plush house in Kumasi.
The videos of the beautiful building came from the birthday celebration of McBrown's daughter, Baby Maxin, on Friday, February 21, 2020.
From the videos, many beautiful and expensive cars could be seen parked in the house.
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