Prime dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has sent a heavy warning to a woman who accused him of scamming her.
Just recently, stories of a white woman accusing Shatta Wale on what she claims as scamming were all over the internet.
The said woman in the stories accused the popular dancehall artiste of looting her a sum of $45,000 through scamming.
After the woman’s accusation, Ghanaian bloggers and other media houses, as usual, reported the story and it became a major headline.
However, Shatta Wale in a latest video has deflated all the accusations as he sends a strong warning to the woman.
According to the ‘Reign album’ composer, people should do him a favor and share the video until it gets to the end of the woman.
Shatta admitted that he feels very displeased about the accusation leveled against him and expressed much regret in some Ghanaian bloggers by tagging them as ‘foolish’.
The ‘Gringo’ hitmaker explained that people always criticize him on some matters but with issues like this, they will remain quiet.
He revealed that he has contacted his lawyers abroad to serve the woman an arrest letter, adding that he always feels good battling in this kind of cases.
Shatta Wale rubbishing the accusation stated that the accuser’s alleged $45,000 is just a peanut to him and won’t add any value to his assets.
The controversial dancehall artist charged the woman to investigate on the amount he worth before and after being signed unto Zylofon before she can accuse him of scamming.
He threatened the woman to fear him claiming to be a ‘devil’ who always drive people into trouble if they attempt him.
Given clarification, Shatta explained that the woman was ‘fooled’ probably by one of the fake people who has created an account with his name and not him the real Shatta Wale.
He again stated that he will push the case until it gets to the later part and warned everybody not to come and beg him.
Watch the video below…
Well, not only Shatta Wale has been accused of scamming in the music industry, but a Whiteman recently also accused Medikal of scamming as he claims his ‘juju’ didn’t work on him.