- 'Hajia Bintu' hitmaker Shatta Wale has lamented about the importance of making money as an individual living in Ghana
- His statement comes at the back of the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) taking his lights while he gave fans a snippet into his yet-to-released banger
- The video has generated a lot of comments from Ghanaians as some make fun of the unfortunate situation
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The Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) took out the lights of self-acclaimed dancehall king, Shatta Wale, while he was on a live video giving his fervent fans a snippet of his yet-to-released song.
In the trending video, he was spotted dancing energetically in the studio as the song played in the background.
While he was dancing, the lights went off. In disbelief, he muttered out
Herh, Ghana. Ghana, you see what they've done to my internet? So, electricity people, what do you want us to do?
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A few moments later, the lights came back on and he advised his followers to make money so that they can afford a plant or generator, in order to avoid such embarrassment.
Watch the video below.
Ghanaians react to hilarious video
GH DJ Khaled he turns the unfortunate situation into motivation
Someone said his prepaid got finished
herh Ghana na wobeka
Dancehall king wey no get automatic generator
His life came to an end at this moment
Dem for off it three days he is making noise too much abaaaaa
Shatta always make me smile
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