The fake news about the gunshot of the celebrated Dancehall artiste continues to make the waves as new events crops up. Shatta Wale, via his social media, has ranted a lot about the whole stunt. Earlier today, he shared his thought of reporting himself to the Police after Jesus Ahuofe, the prophet who "prophesied", was allegedly taken into custody.
Whether Wale will go or not, a group called Alliance For Social Equity And Public Accountability (ASEMPA) has officially filed a complain against him. They think Shatta's actions caused fear and panic to the general public. As it stands, Ghana Police will launch an official investigation to look into the case.
It may not be the first time Wale has pulled pranks, but this went overboard. Everyone has condemned the act, including his own fans. He may be used as a scapegoat to sound a serious warning to all people who solely care about clouts, by any means. Our celebrities, Influencers and internet users may have to play within limits. You can prank to get the attention, but it must not disturb the public peace.
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