Self-styled Ghanaian king of dance-hall, Charles Nii Armah, popularly known as Shatta Wale, has responded to critics who've criticized his new $60,000 ring.
Over the last couple days reports have emerged that controversial dance hall artist, Shatta Wale, had been gifted with a gold and black dimond encrusted ring worth up a whopping $60,000, a gift that was (literally) fit for a king.
In his post sharing the "good" news to his fans, Shatta Wale revealed that the ring had been given to him by a Lebanese businessman by the name of Abudey.
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But following Shatta Wale's gift revelation, some section of the public took to social media condemning that fact that Shatta had gotten the ring, while others have wondered if indeed the ring is worth $60,000.
Now in a relatively new post, Shatta Wale has responded to his critics expressing he's got friends in all kinds of high places, from Presidents to captains of industry.
"I have friends who are presidents, friends who are politicians, friends who own big companies, friends who are big time business tycoons," said Shatta Wale.
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