- Former Ghana footballer, Laryea Kingston, joined his favourite artiste on stage during the 'Teshie We Dey' concert
- Laryea Kingston was invited on stage by Shatta Wale as they thrilled fans
- The ex-Ghana international now works as a coach at the Right to Dream Academy
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Former Ghana winger, Laryea Kingston, joined Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, on stage during the 'Teshie We Dey' concert on Saturday, September 18, 2021.
The ex-footballer turned coach was invited to the the stage by the musician as they both thrilled fans at Teshie, a suburb of the capital.
In photos posted on Twitter by Homebase TV, the pair are seen having fun as Shatta Wale dropped back to back hit songs.
The 'Teshie We Dey' concert was organised by Shatta Wale and fellow Dancehall artiste, Jupitar.
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The event was highly patronized, with fans from Teshie and its environs trooping to watch their favourite acts.
Apart from Shatta Wale and Jupitar, other artistes including Eno Barony and Kelvyn Boy were all present at the event.
Laryea Kingston has always paid tribute to Shatta Wale when asked about his favourite Ghanaian artiste.
The former Ghana international has hanged his boots and now works as a coach for the Right to Dream Academy. He also works as a football pundit.
Kingston, junior brother to former Ghana goalkeeper, Richard Kinson, started his career at Great Olympics but shot to prominence during his time at Accra Hearts of Oak.
He later left to continue his career abroad, where he played in countries such as Israel, Russia and Scotland.
Laryea Kingston also played 41 times for the Black Stars, scoring six times for the country.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that, Ghanaian dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, real name Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr, performed at the just-ended Teshie We Dey concert in Accra on September 18.
The Botoe singer delivered a spirited performance when he took to the stage in a yellow hoodie before taking off the outfit, sweating through his electrifying act.
Shatta Wale did not disappoint, grabbing attention when he first arrived at the concert and sustaining it throughout the show with back-to-back hit songs such as Aye Halfcast and Bossu.