Shatta Wale told his follow country men who are in Ghana to "travel and open their brains".
According to a blog known as Pulse Ghana which posted a video of the artist relaxing in a beach saw Wale trolling some Ghanaian saying that those people who talk a lot can not afford a ticket to fly, urging them to buy their tickets and fly because the fooling is too much.
Wale has been coming under criticism recently after he congratulated Nigerian artist who won awards at the just concluded 63rd Grammy Award Ceremony.
He had a Twitter tirade with a fellow Ghanaian artist Samini who accused him of disrespecting Ghanaian artist.
He was also quoted as boosting that his mansions are his Grammy Award.
In the video, Wale while noting that the weather in Miami is hot was quoted as saying "work hard and get a visa and come to Yankee, open your eye".
His statement however did not go down well with some Ghanaians as seen from the comments they dropped on the blog.
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