Ghanaian Dancehall superstar, Shatta Wale, has added a new mansion to his already existing collection of estate properties in Accra.
Dancehall king, Shatta Wale, has purportedly purchased another multifaceted mansion, approximated at a cost of $450,000, situated at South La in Accra.
An entourage of the predominantly established Shatta Movement squad, went to take a glance of his recently obtained house. The celebrated artist, was instantaneously encircled by a lot of relentless fan from varying backgrounds. Upon noticing the love and support shown him, Shatta Wale unhesitatingly began splashing stacks of cash at his vigorous cheerers.
The Shatta Movement boss, who is genuinely accepted to be the most brightened Dancehall artist in the mainland, later affirmed the acquisition of the plush house via virtual media outlets by composing;
“All the people that said I couldn’t make it… Hello, I have bought another house. Keep fooling yourself.”
Arguably, some Ghanaians have asserted, that the leader of the vibrant Shatta Movement squad, is acting out sporadically, after he was denied the opportunity to thrill his fans at the recently ended Global Citizen Festival show, held in Accra, and spearheaded by famous R&B singer, Usher Raymond.
The Global Citizen Festival, is a yearly live performance, initiated in 2012 and coordinated by Global Poverty Project . It was brought about by Ryan Gall and Hugh Evans.
Representing the landscape of Ghana at the ritzy event, were Sarkodie, Gyakie, Yaw Frock, Kwesi Arthur and Stonebwoy.
Shatta Wale’s sudden curve of recent changes, and lifestyle illustrations demonstrated on social media, has drawn the attention of several critics and fans, as they continuously give their unique opinion points, with regards to the stretch of the artist’s deliberate actions.