African Dancehall king Shatta Wale has dared anyGhanaian artist who has a
big house to display it for comparison.
Clamping on a wide range of issues including his oath with God and
the love for the Bible, an infuriated Wale responded to rumors and
comment that the acquisition of his new ultra-modern mansion was
out of jealousy, and in competition with Ghana captain, Asamoah
Gyan’s Weija Mansion “La Basilica De Baby Jet”.
According to Shatta, the rumors can only be perpetrated by industry
players and fans of dancehall rivals. He also dared the rumor mongers
to come out for a house comparison.
Shatta exclaimed “From artist A, artist B and artist C, tell them make
them bring dem aa house come and make we all watch. Make
everybody bring en house, make everybody bring am,” to wit, every
artist should bring their house let us compare and decide which is best
“I have some artist I respect because they are friends, but let
everybody bring their house” he dared
Shatta who acknowledged his love for God says, It is only God who will
make you reach some level and people will say, wow, this boy dey take
Yeah! That is God.”
“If God bless you, then you should make the world know. Me and God,
we have an oath wey anything wey ago do, ago do am in en name. If I
call God, then e dey answer,” to wit, If God bless you let the whole
world know. We have an oath and I am not afraid to call his name.”
“In the music industry in Ghana, no artist has money more than me,
none of them saves more than I do.” he claimed.
Shatta Wale revived his music career in 2013 with hit song, Dancehall
The award winner has since then been in the news for almost the
wrong reasons including malice with organizers of the Vodafone Ghana
Music Awards, Charter House.
His infamous feud with fellow dancehall artist Samini and Stonebwoy
has been described as one of the fiercest in the music industry.
He recently acquired an 8-bedroom house in East Legon worth $1m.