Shatta Wale describes Ghana a village at his show in London

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Shatta Wale during his show in London told music fans that Ghana is a village and that they look excellent and have smooth skin since they live in London.

There’s a saying that no one washes his dirty linen in public and no one points to the direction of his hometown with his left finger but it looks like Shatta Wale doesn’t regard those adages.

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In a viral video sighted by, Shatta Wale who was performing before a large crowd in London was heard saying Ghana is nothing but a village. Whiles performing, he paused to give a speech about himself and admonished his fans not to believe in all the stories they read on Google and as a matter of fact, Ghana is a village.

“…Shatta Wale is a very nice man, all that you read on Google from Ghana, Ghana is a village, say village” while the crowd also responded; “village”.

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Watch the video below…

NOTE: To watch that part, fast forward to 37:40 mins to watch it

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