Ghanaian dancehall act Shatta Wale has built a strong reputation for himself over the last decade.His unique vocals sets him apart from all of his peers.He recently entered into active comedy cracking up lots of fans on various online platforms.Shatta has gained a lot of positive attention from the global diaspora after his song with American superstar Beyonce went viral.He has one son with his ex-girlfriend Shatta Michy
However the controversial singer was in the news after he made some verbal attacks to the youth of the country.In a Facebook post, he said " Go and look for money on your own stop envying game boys on the street".
He continued young boys and girls were heavily involved in numerous business across the country just to make a profitable living but some people just don't want to do the same.He also said such people need to quit hating on the game boys as well because they work tirelessly for what they have.
Shatta lastly said nobody should put their trust in any human being because they would definitely be disappointed at the end.
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