Self-acclaimed dancehall king, Shatta Wale has explained why he showed his buttocks to the audience present at his Reign Concert during a live stage performance in Germany.

According to Shatta Wale, he intentionally showed his buttocks just to be in the news and doesn’t give a hoot about the chastisement coming his way.

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“Ago naked myself for Amsterdam and open my anus so u can talk about it on radio that I am mad aboaaaaa!! Ghana.A place nothing deh go well . Ghana where football and music is not bringing us shit … Shit hole 4 real ..” Shatta Wale posted on Facebook.

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After the unfortunate incident, we recalled Sarkodie’s diss song to his one time best friend and boss of Shatta Movement Shatta Wale titled “Advice” after the dancehall artiste attacked him on various media platforms during the build-up to the launch of his “Reign” album.

A line Sarkodie’s “Advice” song goes like “You show d*ck next time you go show buttocks”. Well, seems as predicted by Sarkodie, Wale indeed showed his buttocks on stage at his concert in Germany.

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Watch Shatta Wale showing his buttocks on stage in Germany below

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