Shatta Wale, a celebrated Dancehall artist from Ghana, has shared his greatest regret in an interview with BBC News Africa. Surprisingly, his regrets have nothing to do music but rather his unfulfilled dream of pursuing a career in law.
Despite his strong passion for music, he confessed to harboring a long-standing desire to become a lawyer and asserted his ongoing plans to make this career shift in the future.
He stated, “I’m trying; when I make enough money, I will become a lawyer.” This revelation gave a glimpse into the artist’s multifaceted aspirations.
The interview also included Shatta Wale’s thoughts on various topics like his favorite song and food. When asked to choose between love and money, he pragmatically opted for money, asserting, “Love doesn’t pay the bills.”
As for his favorite lyrics, he cited Vybz Kartel’s “Mansa Musa Money,” while his beloved food was Kenkey. He even shared an intriguing historical tidbit about Kenkey’s significance during times of conflict in Ghana.
This interview with Shatta Wale offered a unique perspective on the artist’s ambitions beyond music and his practical approach to life’s choices. It highlights his ongoing pursuit of diverse interests and the balance between passion and pragmatism in his life journey.
Watch video of Shatta Wale talking about his biggest regret in life here:
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