Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, better known as Shatta Wale, has reacted to a tweet made by Ghana’s president, Akufo-Addo congratulating him over his collaboration with American star Beyonce.
In responding to the president’s message, Shatta Wale took to the comment section and heaped praise on Akufo-Addo indicating that he was going to save the tweet for ‘4 more years’.
Shatta Wale’s response is a subtle campaign message for Akufo-Addo who has become synonymous with the slogan, ‘4 more for Nana’ – a mantra going into the 2020 election.
The Taking Over hitmaker’s reply to Akufo-Addo read: “Nana wuy3 guy wati, you do all too Infact this your tweet dierrrr am keeping it for “4 more years ” Pah pah pah pah God bless our home land #GHANA#Already#SM#Reign#Allout2020“.
Shatta Wale’s response follows a congratulatory message sent to him by the president over his massive feat of featuring Beyonce in Already – a song off the Black Is King Film.
The Already song was originally released in 2019 and had a video made and released some few days ago on July 31, 2020.
Following the release of the video, many statesmen and women, politicians and industry colleagues have congratulated Shatta Wale for making history.
It is interesting to note that the Already song received some 12 million hits on YouTube in a year but the music video alone has racked up 7.8 million views in just 3 days.
Again some Ghanaians also featured in the making of the Black Is King Film. Notable among such people are directors Emmanuel Adjei and Blitz The Ambassador.
Dancegod Lloyd and his DWP Academy also made an appearance in the Already music video.