- An old photo of Shatta Wale having a good time in a village has surfaced online
- He is seen dressed in a white singlet over a pair of shorts
- Shatta Wale also wore a rubber slipper that was very common then
- Fans have been inspired by the photo and have praised God for Shatta Wale’s life
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A throwback photo of Ghanaian superstar Shatta Wale before fame has surfaced on the internet.
It seems he had visited a village where he took the photo. Shatta Wale is also seen with a bag like a cattle herd.
He pocketed like the gentleman he is with a funny facial expression.
Many people have reacted to the photo with the majority thanking God for how big Shatta Wale is today.
Abena, for instance, said God didn’t shame Shatta Wale, while giving his slippers her own name:
abena_sugar_trust: “All his "baba agye ne pay" nyinaa now turn to designer shoes ooo oh God didn't shame you nso Leave gbee alone bonsam nana.”
Lammy wondered if Shatta Wale reared cattles in those days:
jaideelammy: “Saa time no na gbee ka nantwie anaa medi3 asem bisa oo.”
Biggels called Shatta Wale grace personified:
biggiels: “if Grace was a person.”
Nkunim called Shatta Wale “Wofa Atinga”, a common name given to old Muslims:
obaapaadepa_nkunim_: “Wofa atinga.”
One also wrote in the Akan language that Shatta Wale looked like an old Muslim:
one_ms_nas: “Abookye afa ha # God no go shame us.”
Iman wrote in the Akan language that God has really done good to Shatta Wale:
iman_1my: “eii onyame ay3bi o.”
Akosua and Carter found it hard to believe that it was Shatta Wale:
_akosuadansoah: “It's editing. I can't believe it.”
__carterblock__: “das photoshop.”
Glostes is happy Shatta Wale is now a big superstar:
glosteshub: “it ended in praise.”
Serwaa also wrote that God’s time is the best:
serwaacharlott: “God time is the best.”
nanayaa1116: “God is good.”
Gifty was so surprised:
luckygifty: “Oh wowwwwww.”
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale has risen from his humble beginning as Bandana to get to the level he is now in the music industry.
He is also on record as the only Ghanaian musician chosen by international superstar, Beyoncé, for a feature.
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