Charles Nii Armah Mensah who is popularly known as Shatta Wale in the entertainment showbiz is currently in the custody of police after pretending he has been shot by some unknown gun men. He was arrested together with his Personal Assistant, Nana Dope. He has been remanded for 1 week at the Ankaful Prisons in the Central Region.
After Shatta Wale was remanded a lot of people have been talking. The most people who are talking are the musicians and SM fans. Musicians and personalities like Kweku Flick, Aplus, BullGod have wished him well as he serves his one week remand.
Earlier today, we have chanced on some pictures of shirts on social media. The shirt has the picture of Shatta Wale imprinted on them with a statement saying "Free Shatta Wale". According to the fans, they are doing this so that their "boss" will be released for them.
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