- Shatta Wale has shown that he truly has Ghana at heart
- The Dancehall King says he is ready to brand Ghana
- He added that once he is done with branding Ghana, people will understand that he is made in Ghana
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Ghanaian Dancehall King, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popularly known as Shatta Wale, has hinted to his fans about the next big project he plans to embark on.
A few months ago, Shatta Wale deleted all his photos and videos on his social media page, leaving his fans wondering what he was up to.
In the photo sighted YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale seen in an all-yellow Kaftan, looking dapper as he posed for the camera.
According to him, he is on a quest to rebrand Ghana and people will only understand him after he is done.
He added that he is made in Ghana and wants to put Ghana on the map.
Captioning the photo, Shatta Wale wrote:
"After I finish Branding Ghana People will understand why “I AM MADE IN GHANA”
Perhaps the 'Mahama Paper' hitmaker working on another major collaboration after he made Ghana and Africa proud with his international collabo with Beyonce.
See the photo below:
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Shatta Wale had been involved in what would have been a disaster.
The Melissa hitmaker nearly ran over a boy on the streets while moving out of a compound with his entourage.
In a video of the indecent sighted YEN.com.gh, Shatta Wale who was part of a two-car convoy was driving in his new BMW car.
After the BMW which is the first car came out of the compound, the people around attempted to get him to stop but he continued to move.
Suddenly, one of the boys in the crowd which wanted to mob Shatta Wale even in his car fell right in the lane of the car.
There were few metres between him and Shatta Wale's car and but for the timely intervention of one of Shatta Wale's bodyguards, it would have bad news.
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