KINDLY FOLLOW COSMOPOLITAN HUB FOR MORE INTERESTING UPDATES AND STORIES AROUND THE GLOBE. KINDLY LIKE, COMMENT AND SHARE. THANKS Self acclaimed African Dancehall king Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known as Shatta Wale has been trolled this morning on Twitter for a caption which went wrong.
The 'Ayoo' hitmaker tweeted '' Am wake" on social media instead of "I am awake".
Social media users have made fun of the controversial Dancehall artiste for bad grammar on his timeline.
Popular content creator and youtuber, Kwadwo Sheldon corrected the mistake by the Dancehall artiste by tweeting the right caption which Shatta Wale intended to tweet.
Some tweeps have made fun of Shatta Wale's grammar and have constantly criticized Shatta Wale for his errors.
Others have also overlooked the mistakes of the Singer and have congratulated him for his achievements and his influence in the Ghanaian music industry.
It's very interesting to be in this country because it's lively to be on social media in Ghana.
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