Shatta Wale's recent Facebook post displaying a white posh car has really got him a lot of mix reactions from some Ghanaians, with some trying to disagree with a particular comment under his photo.
Shatta wale is a well known Ghanaian musician who has released several hit songs in the Ghana music industry as we know.
It seems some Ghanaians are so much concerned about the luxurious lifestyle of some celebrities as they keep blaming them for not using their money wisely. Particular comment on Shatta Wale's current post as he posts to display his luxury car in an adorable photo got a lot of people's reactions, with some talking against the view of the person who made such comment under Shatta Wale's photo. "Use these moneys to build factory and employ poor unemployed Ghanaians. It is no more fan going for super cars." The person wrote.
With this, some Ghanaians especially his fans don't get it since Shatta Wale is not a politician. He has to enjoy the money alone and nobody else because he suffered before reaching where he is today as they wrote.
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What do you also say about this? Do you also agree with the guy saying Shatta Wale should use his money to help Ghanaians? Well, your thoughts and views are welcomed below in the comment box.
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