‘Mind your business or you could die’ - Shatta Wale warns media (WATCH)

Shatta Wale has warned anyone who is set out to destroy his career that they “could die” if they don’t mind their business.

Shatta Wale

In an angry reply to the media for constantly interviewing his mother and not trying to find the truth behind her allegations, the dancehall artiste said he will “read Psalm 35” on all the “media personnel interviewing" his mother.

He continued that people should be very mindful about what they say about him because he is “scary,” “demonic” and a “spirit.”

“I’m scary. I’m demonic. I’m a spirit but I’m not God. Nobody in Ghana have what God has given me, for me to listen to whatever they will tell me... I’m a gangster but I don’t use it on innocent people,” he said.

Baffled about his mother’s utterances, which have been amplified by the media, Shatta asked, “how can’t I rent for my mother, someone who gives freely and owns properties?”


Shatta Wale further asked in his tirade that, has anyone thought about the fact that there could be something amiss that they are not aware of?

“Can’t anyone see that there could be a fault from the other side and not from me?

“What if, by mistake, something is wrong with my mother. How do you think that will affect my career?”

In a somewhat somber tone, Shatta Wale said it seems some people in the media are determined to tarnish his brand but they will suffer if they don’t stop.


“It seems you people are bent on disgracing me instead of finding the truth. If you’ve set out to tarnish my image, God will burn your family, someone in your family will die. You will not prosper… Before you will kill my career, you will die a painful death,” he said.

Shatta Wale’s mother, Madam Elsie Evelyn Avemegah, has been speaking to the media consistently in the past few weeks.

According to her, his son has abandoned her as he is not paying his rent. She, therefore, has begged Ghanaians to come to her aid.


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