- Delay has showered praises on Shatta Wale over his feature with Beyonce
- Delay says Shatta Wale is a king who sits on his throne
- In a tweet, Delay added that Shatta has a way of defying all odds and ignoring haters to achieve his self-acclaimed Dancehall King mantra
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Ghanaian media personality, Deloris Frimpong-Manso, popularly known as Delay has hailed Ghana's dancehall king, Shatta Wale after news broke that he has been made the face of American pop star Beyonce’s latest movie.
According to Delay, Shatta Wale knows how to work extremely hard to get what he wants.
In a Twitter post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Delay referred to Shatta Wale as a king who sits on his own throne.
She added that Shatta has a way of overcoming all odds and ignoring haters to achieve his self-acclaimed Dancehall king position.
Sharing her message on Twitter, Delay wrote:
"@shattawalegh is a king on his throne. He's defied the odds and risen up to his calling. I celebrate him this afternoon."
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Delay's comments come after the 'Melissa' hitmaker was made the face of Beyonce's yet to be released 'Black is King' movie.
The much-anticipated movie is expected to be released on July 31, 2020.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that dancehall superstar, Shatta Wale, has been featured in the official trailer for Beyoncé's Black Is King film.
The American singer is set to release 'Black Is King', a music film that features videos from her 'The Lion King: The Gift' album.
The songs on the album include the banging track with Ghana's Shatta Wale which is titled Already.
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