As VibesRoll.com was the first blog to break out the news of Shatta Wale’s possible purchase of a mansion at East Legon a lot of people doubted the credibility. We promised a follow-up on the story and that is exactly what we are bringing you.
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Earlier today, the Dancehall artist has dared Ghanaian artist and various players in the industry to show their houses and come up for a comparison.
People have cited possible reasons why Shatta Wale is embarking on such an unwanted agenda is that the acquisition of his ultra-modern mansion was compared to Ghana Black Star captain – Asamoah Gyan’s “La Basilica De Baby Jet” mansion at Weija.
Shatta has debunk such rumors claiming that such agendas can only be perpetrated by fans of his dancehall rivals. He went further to dare these perpetrators for a comparison of houses.
“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… I have some artist I respect because they are friends, but let everybody bring their house” Shatta posted on his Facebook page.
Leveling appreciation to God, Wale also mentioned in his post – “It is only God who will make you reach some level and people will say, wow, this boy dey take something. 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 spite of recent lavishing and spending, the Kakai man was fast to indicate that he has lots of money and saves more than anyone in the music industry.
“In the music industry in Ghana, no artist has money more than me, none of them saves more than I do.” Shatta indicated.
You must be wondering how much the dancehall king’s mansion must be worth? Exclusive to VibesRoll.com, our sources has disclosed to us – Shatta acquire the 8-bedroom house for a whooping $1 million.
Question: What do you think of Shatta Wale’s new mansion?