Shatta Wale speaks after armed robbers poisoned Michy’s dog

Ghanaian reggae-dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has reacted to the viral reports on the attempt by armed robbers to break into the house of his baby mama, Michy by poisoning her dog.

In an interview, the “My Level” hitmaker stated that he has tried reaching out to his baby mama and son Majesty but she has cut all communications with him making it impossible to do that.

Shatta Wale further stated that Michy vowed never to allow him to see his son again and all efforts to reach out to her proved futile.

He also stated that for almost ten months now he has not set eyes on his son, Majesty and is very saddened by that.

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“I am a very caring dad and ever since she left with Majesty, she has kept the kid away from me. That is my right but it is something I don’t want to fight it.

This is a woman that wants attention from the public but I have tried to link up with her and the child but she has blocked me.

She says she doesn’t want me to see Majesty and her again. For almost 10 months now, I have not seen my Majesty which is so sad”, Shatta Wale disclosed.

Listen to the audio below;

The “Kakai” crooner also disclosed that after everything that has happened between himself and Michy, there is no way they are coming back together as lovers.

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“There is no way I am going to get back together with Michy but I am only going to be nice and support her whether financially or socially just because of the kid”, Shatta Wale added.

This comes after Michy in a social media post revealed that thief broke into her house and poisoned her dogs.

She later sent a strong warning to the robbers that if they ever try breaking into her house again, they will not survive.

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Lizbeth has a B.A in Communication Studies (Journalism option) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She loves to read, travel and has a strong passion for writing.