- Shatta Wale has taken a swipe at fellow African country Nigeria after Ghana booked a place at the World Cup at their expense
- The musician who is still in the United States was celebrating the fact that Ghana was better than Nigeria in many facets of life
- He took the opportunity to compose a song for Nigeria to sort of troll them for losing out against a Ghanaian team that was considered underdogs ahead of the tie
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Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale known in real life as Charles Nii Armah Mensah Junior, has taken a swipe at Nigeria after Ghana beat them to secure a World Cup place in Qatar.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Shatta Wale was seen in his apartment in the United States jubilating Ghana's qualification.
According to the Taking Over hitmaker, Ghana was far better than its Nigerian counterparts in many facets of life.
Shatta Wale then used the opportunity to compose a new song to troll the Nigerians as he quickly put some words together in a song.
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Amid laughter, the Ghanaian dancehall star was heard singing: "Naija don carry last oh".
The multiple award-winning dancehall star said football was a matter of reality and not about records.
Abena Korkor Ditches Ghana Ahead Of Crucial Match Against Nigeria
Meanwhile, outspoken Ghanaian socialite, Nana Abena Korkor Addo, has been spotted in a new video shining bright in the colours of the Nigerian flag.
The photo showed the controversial media personality posing in front of what looked like a doorway as she dazzled in a white spaghetti top sewn under a transparent lace material.
She complimented her top with a green skirt made out of gathered lace to give her a 'princessy' look.
In the photo she shared on her official Instagram page, Abena Korkor complimented her looks with green-coloured hair while wearing a pair of white heels.
Abena Korkor posed with one arm on her waist and the other lifted close to her head as she looked on with a straight face into the camera.
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