- Shatta Wale has been crowned king of dancehall in Ghana after his clash with Stonebwoy
- The dancehall star was adjudged winner of the clash with his former arch-rival
- Following the win, he was given a new car which was received on his behalf
Dancehall star Shatta Wale, known in real life as Charles Nii Armah Mensah, has had a fan of his being adjudged the winner of the just-ended Asaase Sound Clash highest texter in the clash which saw him take on Stonebwoy.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale's fan was seen on the premises of the plush Asaase Radio to receive his prize.
It appeared to be a short ceremony which was done with a lot of media people in attendance and a lot of merrymaking.
The car presentation was done to confirm that the first-ever Sound Clash had been successfully brought to an end.
Prior to the clash, there was a voting session that saw many SM and BHIM fans voting for their respective bosses.
After the clash, Shatta Wale went on a jabbing spree as he threw shot after shot at arch-rival Stonebwoy and called him plenty names.
He went on to add that Stonebwoy was not the "orignal" as he made his fans believe and that he was always sampling music of others and presenting them to his "electronic" fans.
Shatta Wale, this morning of September 17, 2020, released a new diss song against Stonebwoy which he titled Kill and Gone.
Meanwhile, a Ghanaian mother has given her daughter a lesson of a lifetime after she barged in on her enjoying a dancing session instead of running an errand for her.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young lady was seen dancing to Fameye's song in what appeared like a single room.
All that while, she was supposed to be running an urgent errand for her mum who was outside the room waiting on her daughter so she could finish what she was doing.
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