Made in Ghana: Shatta Wale’s Look-Alike Opens up on how he Treated him when they first met

Made in Ghana: Shatta Wale’s Look-Alike Opens up on how he Treated him when they first met

- Comedian Made in Ghana is fast-rising with his comic act

- He has been touted as a Shatta Wale look-alike, who speaks, acts, and sometimes behaves just like him

- Made In Ghana said he has met Shatta Wale once, and narrated how he treated him when they met

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Ghanaian comedian, Made in Ghana, has disclosed that he finally met his godfather, Shatta Wale, whom he has been trying hard to imitate.

The comedian said he first met Shatta Wale in his dreams and that made him very excited.

However, he got the real chance to meet the musician during his 2020 birthday party organised in his house.

Made in Ghana: Shatta Wale’s Look-Alike Opens up on how he Treated him when they first met
Made in Ghana and Shatta Wale. Photo credit: @madeinghana @shattawalenima/Instagram
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Made in Ghana disclosed this in an exclusive interview with YEN.com.gh recently.

Narrating how it went, the comedian said after being invited to the party, he still could not have access to Shatta Wale because there were many people at the party.

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Out of frustration, he informed his colleague comedian, DKB, that he wanted to go home since it appeared impossible to see Shatta Wale.

However, DKB urged him to wait because Shatta Wale was aware that he was around.

Finally, Made in Ghana said he met Shatta Wale, and his first reaction left him emotional.

He said the first thing the musician did was to stretch his hand over his head to pray for him to succeed.

He said Shatta Wale also encouraged him to keep on with his act and reminded him that he was seeing all the videos he shares on social media mimicking him.

He said he sees all the things I do in his name and said may God bless me, trust me it was a good day for me,” Made in Ghana said happily.

The young man has stunned Ghanaians with social media posts behaving just like Shatta Wale.

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He revealed that it comes naturally to him, and perhaps because he admires Shatta Wale and aims to be like him.

Made in Ghana also thanked Ghanaians for their support and said he is poised to entertain Ghanaians with more comic work.

To him, comedy pays, and wished the act would be given more recognition in the country.

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