Celebrities have a great deal of power over the people who follow them. Many fans idolize their favorite celebrities, and some even model their life after what they've learned from them. Top celebrities throughout the world, such as Jay-Z, Chris Brown, Kanye West, and 50 Cent, have influenced public opinion just by wearing and displaying a shoe, a dress, or anything else linked to fashion.
Shatta Wale, the dancehall king, has recently been in the news for a variety of reasons. Since he argued with Arnold Asamoah Baidoo on United Showbiz and described his sneaker as Ghc 2.50 pesewas, he has gotten a lot of attention in terms of fashion. He received a lot of backlash a few hours earlier when he posted a photo of himself wearing an expensive pair of jeans, but a fan afterwards exposed the exact price of the jeans and branded them phony jeans. The self-proclaimed dance hall king is not only talented musically, but also unpredictable.
Shatta Wale shared a photo of himself wearing an ankle bracelet, which drew a lot of attention on social media. Ankle bracelets are usually worn by women, and in some African societies, they have a strange meaning. Many people assume that women who wear ankle bands are lesbians, but this isn't always the case. Ankle bracelets are fashionable, and they have been used for ages and are still in use today.
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