- Shata Wale has paid a visit to rapper Medikal and his wife, Fella Makafui, at their home
- The Dancehall superstar went riding a new quad bike he recently got for himself
- A video of the visit also shows Shatta Wale gifted Medikal GHC10,000
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Dancehall music star Shatta Wale, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, has added a quad bike to his ever-growing collection of vehicles.
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In his latest video, Shatta Wale has been spotted riding the new bike as he paid a visit to rapper Medikal and his wife, Fella Makafui, in their house.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale could be seen showing off a really impressive skill on the bike.
After reaching Medikal's house, Shatta Wale parked the bike and got into the rapper's living room amid cheers.
While hailing him, Medikal showed five bundles of GHC20 notes saying, 1 Don, as Shatta Wale is also known, had gifted the money to him.
The Melissa hitmaker jokingly replied saying he was just a delivery who only delivered a package to Medikal.
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It is not known why Shatta Wale gifted Mediakal the money but from the rapper's commentary, the money had come unexpectedly.
The surprise cash gift from Shatta Wale to Medikal comes after the Dancehall musician also pulled a surprise on Sarkodie on his birthday on Friday, July 10, 2020.
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As reported by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale who had virtually been at loggerheads with Sarkodie for almost two years went on radio to wish well.
Earlier, Shatta Wale's first child and only daughter, Nhyira a.k.a Cherissa, had turned 10 years old.
A beautiful party was held in celebration of Nhyira's milestone and it had Shatta Wale, his father Shatta Capo, sisters, and other family members in attendance.
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