Shatta Wale blasts poverty-stricken people; accuses them of talking too much

Shatta Wale blasts poverty-stricken people; accuses them of talking too much

Self-acclaimed Dance Hall king of Ghana, Charles Nii Armah Mensah has taken a clean swipe at the people who always have something to say about every situation. The musician indicated that such people were ‘poverty-stricken' folk.

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Shatta Wale blasts poverty-stricken people; accuses them of talking too much

Shatta Wale

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In a post made by the “Taking Over “hit maker on his Facebook account, the musician was of the view that, “I have realized people who talk too much are the ones suffering the most. I have been there before, Poverty is a great disease”.

The artiste took it upon himself to admit the fact that he was once a ‘poor’ man so it was little wonder to him that some poverty-stricken people were the ones always talking. The “Ayoo” singer went on the reveal that poverty was a great disease and it could turn men into ‘noise-makers’.

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Shatta Wale has been in the news for a number of reasons including an alleged incident reportedly placing him in the bed of an actress known as Efia Odo. The artiste has however quashed claims that he was having an affair with the lady.

The Dance Hall artiste bought a brand new Maserati last week and promised to give it out as a gift. True to his word, he named a young man, Solash as the winner of the car and asked him to come for the car as proof of his (Shatta Wale’s) love for him.

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The musician is also known to have endorsed the popular “One Corner” song and has prayed for God’s blessing for the singer of the song, Patapaa.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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