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After being convicted, Shatta Wale claims to be free at last

Shatta Wale, a reggae/dancehall performer, is happy that his false publication case is now over.

This came after he pleaded guilty to publishing false information that caused panic and was found guilty and fined $2,000 for it.

Shatta Wale posted a photo of himself with his attorney on Twitter along with the caption "free at last."

The singer of "My Level" praised his supporters for supporting him during the legal process as well as his attorney, Jerry Avenogbor.

"FREE AT LAST," he wrote. A key component of happiness in life is feeling and expressing appreciation. I'd like to take this chance to express my gratitude to my lawyer, Jerry, the judge, the Shatta Movement, and the entire country for their assistance during these tough times. #OnGod.”

This comes after he admitted on Wednesday, June 29, that he had published false news.

The musician was given a non-custodial term and was fined 2,000 by the court, which was presided over by Emmanuel Essandoh.

Shatta Wale faces a three-month jail sentence if he doesn't pay the fine.

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