The self acclaimed reggae dancehall King in Ghana, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, mostly known on stage and in the media as Shatta Wale has vowed not to wear trousers again. This comes after he was bashed and mocked on social media for wearing fake trouser Jean. As a result has decided to go "trouser-less" henceforth.
The dancehall artiste is known for being controversial on every issues in the media, his mouth has never slept on any issue which comes across his way. He was just recently trending in the media for tagging Arnold Asamoah Baidoo for wearing a low cost footwear, purported to be ¢2.50p.
This really has come as a surprise, as no one would expect the artiste to react by taking such decisions of "not wearing trousers" anymore since he has always been in the forefront of criticising people, especially his colleagues for putting up "fake attire" and sometimes on some other material things, like, buildings and motor vehicles. A typical example of this, is when he again mocked Arnold of not having either a car or a home on his own despite being in the media industry for quite a while now.
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