Shatta Wale: NPP Has Not Paid Me To Speak For Them

Dancehall artist Shatta Wale says it’s a false impression to think that the New Patriotic Party (NPP)-led government paid him to speak for him.

Shatta Wale has been spotted in several videos accusing critics of President Nana Akufo Addo of being careful of remarks opposing the president’s leadership style.

His comments were related to American rapper Meek Mill’s music video, in which part of Jubilee House was captured, and which subsequently received a hostile public reaction.

Many fault-finders blamed inadequate leadership for perceived failures they claimed undermined Ghana’s seat of government.

In one of the videos, Shatta Wale says no one knows what happened between Meek Mill and the president, saying that the president has the wisdom to run the country and which guests to welcome to the Jubilee House. He added that he would allow

In a video posted to his Facebook wall on January 18, Shatta Wale said the NPP did not pay him to defend them, and that he had last seen the president several years ago. I added that it was when I visited him at Jubilee House.

“Some say the NPP provided the funding to speak on Shatta Wale’s behalf because Shatta Wale is an outspoken person and the best person to do it. I haven’t received any money, so what you’re saying is wrong,” he said in the video.

Shatta Wale said people should stop wasting their time because God continues to bless him despite the negative vibes.

“Anyone who thinks badly of me will fall, but it’s true. God bless me because I don’t think badly of anyone.

The Dancehall King maker made a ton of money last Christmas, adding that the event he wasn’t billed for was because organizers couldn’t pay his price.

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