Shatta Wale responds to rumors of being occultic and explains his "evil" chains and rings
One of Ghana's most controversial and vocal musicians, Charles Nii Armah, better known as Shatta Wale has responded to claims of a local evangelist that he was an occult who belong to several secret satanic cults.
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This comes days after YEN.com.gh reported on Evangelist Addai's video to warn the public of Shatta Wale's supposed occultism.
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The musician, who is well-known for responding to scandals aptly with a Facebook Live, did not fail fans as he went live from Elizabeth, a town in New Jersey, United States to address the claim.
Earlier, the evangelist had explained the various symbolism that was employed in some of the rings and chains which were regularly won by the self-styled King of Dancehall, Shatta Wale.
However, Shatta Wale rubbish all the explanation by the religious man.
He explained that his father had earlier advised him to discover himself and understand who he was.
Shatta Wale explained how that self-discovery of the time, day and month he was born in related to the srat sign he was wearing.
He explained that most of the symbolism in his jewellery was to represent "Libra".
Libra is the seventh astrological sign in the Zodiac used to represent people born September 23 - October 22.
"I didn’t get them from any medicine man or anywhere, I bought it at Nima from one guy called Adnan. Medicine man can’t do any gold chain for me to wear", Shatta Wale affirmed.
He also touched on other issues in the video and responded to allegations that he had been trying to hide cocaine in a trending video.
"When you love, it deeper than hate", he also advised his fans in the video.
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