The reggae dancehall sensation, Shatta Wale, whose real name is Charles Nii Armah Mensah, has once again ignited controversy. This time, his target appears to be his home country.
In a surprising turn of events, Shatta Wale has collaborated with Nigerian star Tekno on the highly anticipated track, ‘Incoming’. As he shared this news via his Snapchat account, he also added a curious twist. In the video, he was grooving to one of his older tracks, provocatively titled ‘Ghana be village,’ while making the collaboration announcement.
To add fuel to the fire, Shatta Wale captioned the video “Ghana be village.” This choice of words has sparked speculation and debate among viewers, with some interpreting it as a subtle dig at Ghanaians.
Shatta Wale has been making headlines recently, both for positive and negative reasons. His verbal clashes, especially directed towards Osei Kwame Despite, have kept him in the public eye.
This latest move, collaborating with Tekno and the cryptic video, suggests that Shatta Wale remains a master of controversy, keeping fans and critics alike on their toes. The world of music, especially in the reggae dancehall genre, is never short of drama and intrigue, and Shatta Wale is proving to be a central character in this ongoing saga.
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