- Addi Self has flaunted his new powerful car on social media
- In the video, Addi Self was seen coming out of his powerful car which had a customized number plate with his name on it
- This video comes a day after Shatta Wale seized a car he bought Joint 77
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Addi Self, one of three members of the defunct SM Militants, has flaunted his new car on social media in a new video.
The video comes after Shatta Wale seized a car he bought for Joint 77 after the two clashed on radio on June 10.
Shatta Wale recently disbanded SM Militants made up of Natty Lee, Captan, Addi Self, and Joint 77.
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In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Addi Self was seen coming out of his car which had a customized number plate with his name on it.
The customized number plate read 'Self-1-20'
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Addi Self also took advantage of the video to do a freestyle song.
He was dropping the bars through the rooftop of the latest edition of the Toyota Venza car.
Addi Self and his squad also flaunted other cars in the video to show that they have also 'arrived' in the industry.
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See the video below:
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Joint 77, one of the members of the defunct SM Militants, has expressed profound gratitude to Shatta Wale for helping him build his music career.
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In an interview on Hitz FM and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Joint 77 said he will forever be grateful to Shatta Wale for holding him down which influenced his decision to do a song to honour him.
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