The controversial Artist has been recently fly to Florida Miami to spend his vacation.
The Artist has been sharing all the fun and enjoyment he is having in his vacation.
From lodging in an expensive hotel to eating fancy foods to chilling at the beach, Shatta Wale has had an unforgettable vacation so far.
Previously he was having a beef with kwadwo sheldon which cause a lot of attention on social media.
To a point that Shatta Wale said Sheldon was sitting in front of a microphone like a radio presenter but no radio station was ever going to employ him.
Within an hour the dancehall star blow out USD7,000 (equivalent to GHC40,000) to shop at one of the world’s most valuable luxury brand, Louis Vuitton, store in Miami.
He spent GHC40,000, purchasing bags, shoes, leather belt, handbags, trunks, watches to accessories.
He left the store with in excess of twelve shopping bag
The star shared his shopping experience on his social media page and posted the receipt as well.
Watch Shatta Wale below as he goes shopping in Miami:
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