It has become very obvious that multiple award-winning Ghanaian Reggae/Dancehall musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, affectionately called Shatta Wale is very petty.
I have been wondering why a self-acclaimed rich musician will decide to take back a Toyota Camry he bought for a former associate and friend at the time they were working together and just because their relationship became sour.
If you found yourself at a loss, earlier this morning, Shatta Wale directed a few of his current cohorts to storm the premises of Multimedia Group to take back one Toyota Camry he bought for Joint 77 somewhere last year.
His only reason for making this rather ludicrous conclusion was because his former friend and associate decided to speak up for himself earlier this morning when they were having a banter on Hitz FM’s entertainment show, hosted by Andy Dosty.
What is funny in this whole ‘petty drama’ Shatta Wale has decided to act is how he told the world that the car in question was bought and registered in the name of Joint 77 when he gave it to.
So you ask yourself how he turns around to take back the same car just because of a fallout, after the Joint 77 had dedicated 16 years of his life to him as a great ‘servant’.
In the face of this great display of pettiness and ingratitude, one great thing is that some of Shatta Wale’s die-hard fans who have continually supported him through thick and thin have seen he erred this time and they have not minced their words as they addressed the issues.
In various Facebook post sighted on their respective walls, they state categorically that Shatta Wale did not try at all.
See the posts sighted by zionfelix.net below
I am pretty sure that you agree that he is indeed petty, because if this behavior does not qualify for pettiness than I don’t really know any tangible description that can be ascribed to him.