- US singer Novalis has challenged Shatta Wale to sell one of his mansions or his cars to help the poor as the world battles the deadly coronavirus
- Shatta Wale has been very vocal for the poor and has even donated items in the period of the deadly coronavirus
- But the US singer wants Shatta Wale to go the extra mile and do something challenging for the poor as the world battles the deadly coronavirus
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US singer Novalis has dared Shatta Wale to sell one of his mansions or cars to help the poor in this difficult period of COVID-19.
Shatta Wale has been very vocal for the poor and has even donated items in the period of the deadly coronavirus.
But the American artist and ‘Play Like’ crooner stated that he wants Shatta Wale to go the extra mile and do something challenging for the poor as the world battles the deadly coronavirus.
In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh Novalis said though Shatta Wale is already trying his best to help the poor, he needs to do one more thing to show he is real, challenging Shatta Wale to sell his mansion or one of his expensive cars just as American rapper Meek Mill did some days ago.
“I humbly challenge Shatta Wale to sell his Mansion or a car to feed the poor at this hard time just as Meek Mill did. Shatta Wale is doing great for his charity so far but he should do one more thing to show Ghanaians that he is indeed the man of the moment,” Novalis posted on his Twitter page
Last Christmas, Shatta Wale gave out two cars to his loyal fans. During the period of the outbreak of coronavirus and lockdown in Ghana, he also held a free virtual concert to inspire and entertain his fans who were lockup at home.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that it appeared social media users had chosen Sister Derby's 'Sweet Ex' song over her arch-rival Fella Makafui's ' No Size' song.
Fella Makafui recently released a diss song targeted at Sister Derby after the latter released a song for Medikal on his birthday.
There has been bad blood between Fella Makafui and Sister Derby over Fella's husband Medikal.
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