Shatta Wale shot Beyonce's Already music video in New York - Papi Ojo

Shatta Wale shot Beyonce's Already music video in New York - Papi Ojo

- Papi Ojo has opened up about where they shot the Already music video

- According to the dancer, he met Shatta Wale in New York for the Beyonce's Already music video

- The said music video was released on Friday, July 31, 2020

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The lead dancer in Beyonce's Already music video, Papi Ojo, has finally spoken about the exact location they shot the video.

Following the release of the Already music video which featured Ghana's Shatta Wale on July 31, 2020, there have been lots of talks about it.

One of the topics which are trending on social media is whether Shatta Wale traveled to the United Staes of America (USA) to shoot the video or Beyonce came down to Ghana to shoot their scenes here.

Shatta Wale shot Beyonce's Already music video in New York - Papi Ojo

Shatta Wale shot Beyonce's Already music video in New York - Papi Ojo
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With the current controversies surrounding the video, Shatta Wale said he was in the US to shoot the video but many people are doubting his statement.

Now, in a video seen by YEN.com.gh, Papi Ojo has confirmed on Celebrities Buzz TV that he met Shatta Wale in New York during the video shoot.

Speaking in an Instagram live with Papaga Bless on Celebrities Buzz TV’s ‘True Vibes’ show, Papi Ojo aka ‘The Blue Man’ said he met Shatta Wale during their video shoot in New York.

Watch the video below:

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Meanwhile, following the release of the much-awaited video which has gained massive traction on social media across the globe, Jay Z has also taken part in the trend.

The American rapper has used his star power to also push the song on social media and by so doing, has promoted Shatta Wale.

In a post on Twitter that has caught fire already, Jay Z shared the Already video with the caption, "Black Is King."

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The rapper's tweet has been liked over 13,000 times and retweeted 4,000 times.

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