WATCH VIDEO- Shatta Wale Shows Off His Luxurious Cars And Mansion To Prove That He’s Not A Poor Musician

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Shatta Movement boss, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, who is very popular for his stage name Shatta Wale has returned with a reply to musician Kwaw Kese’s claim that he (Shatta Wale) is a poor musician, and that if he claims to be rich he should use his money to fix his ‘gbee naabu’ mouth and stop selling Shatta Michy’s ‘tonga’.

The self-acclaimed dancehall king. Shatta Wale, in the video available to, is seen taking a tour of his mansion and giving an account of all the luxurious cars he has in the house. The Sm4lyf boss is heard stating that he has a Land Cruiser, Dodge Charger, Range Rover and even a G Wagon he has parked in the house of his wife, Shatta Michy and does not drive.

Shatta Wale then went ahead in the video to dare the others (in particular, Kwaw Kese) to show him what they have if they claim they are not poor musicians like he said.

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This whole brawl between Shatta Wale and Kwaw Kese was refueled recently after Shatta in a recent interview on Luv FM with DJ Reuben threw a jab at Sarkodie and Kwaw Kese saying they are poor.

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The reaction of Kwaw Kese, in particular, has not been pleasant and we are sure to get a reply from the CEO of the mad time records pretty soon.

Check out Shatta Wale ‘rich’ video below…


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