Shatta Wale
Shatta Wale

Shatta Wale, the dancehall musician, has revealed that his time in prison provided him more exposure and brought him more happiness than he has ever known.

Shatta Wale expressed his unconcernedness about all that has occurred to him thus far, claiming that his hardships were all for the best.

Shatta also dismissed claims that he was victimized by the police as a result of his faux shooting event.

“The IGP has never committed any wrongdoing.” The fact that I was imprisoned increased my popularity. In an interview with JoyNews, he remarked, “Whatever happened to me, [including] going to jail and everything, you don’t see that I’m bothered about it because I’m so happy.”

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The Shatta Movement’s leader also said that the circumstances surrounding his shooting prank, arrest, and remand helped the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, come up with the concept of hosting a conference with stakeholders in the creative industry.

However, Kofi Boakye, the Commissioner of Police, has educated Ghanaians on what it means to be considered a celebrity and who qualifies to be termed one.

Many people in Ghana who are referred to as celebrities, according to him, do not qualify or deserve to be called celebrities.

Following the IGP’s meeting with a small group of singers, musicians, and so-called celebrities, COP Kofi Boakye stated that persons who believe they are celebrities…continue reading

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