- Shatta Wale has stormed the offices of Zylofon FM in an unexpected move
- The dancehall star entered the studio during a live programme and started throwing money around
- The Ayo hitmaker was in the news recently following his State of The Industry Address
Dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, known by the stage name Shatta Wale, has surprised the staff and radio show panelists at Zylofon FM in Accra.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Samuel Atuobi Baah, famed as Sammy Flex, was hosting a radio show when the incident happened.
Sammy Flex was interviewing someone on the phone when all of a sudden, he paused and started screaming.
Amid the screams, GHC20 notes started raining in the room as staff of the radio station as well as the panelists started running all over the room picking them.
Sammy Flex who was still in a state of shock appeared speechless for a while and announced to his listeners that the Taking Over hitmaker had just walked into the office to spray the cash.
According to the radio presenter, Shatta Wale had no business on the premises of the station for the day but only came there to gift them money.
Atuobi then blurted out that he did not get to pick any of the cash that was gifted but Shatta Wale was long gone by then.
Speaking about Shatta Wale, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the multiple award-winning artiste has called for decentralization of annual events while speaking in his State Of The Industry Address which was shared online on June 2, 2021.
The Ayoo hitmaker moved for the big and popular music events in the calendar year to rotate from one region to the other.
He said Greater Accra, especially Accra, should not be the only place where huge events in the music industry should be staged.
Explaining why he thought the move was necessary, Shatta Wale indicated that it was going to serve as a springboard for artistes who hail from the other regions.
The Taking Over hitmaker added that apart from throwing the spotlight on regional acts, the move would also serve as a tourist survey that would attract investors to those places.
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