There’s a hero inside of everyone, and we’re not saying that to make anyone feel good or bad. People have their good side and their bad side.
Although dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale is seen as a controversial person, his version of stories have not always been bad.
Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr popular known as Shatta Wale is a Ghanaian reggae-dancehall musician and a father of three.
The Ghanaian musician has come under criticism for a host of things with the recent being his sex video on social media app, Snapchat.
Shatta Wale, however, has had his best moments since being in the spotlight. The award winning artiste has some deeds that can be classified in the region of a 'good role model'.
Here are all the times Shatta Wale has been good than the usual bad you always hear about.
Care for family and friends
The Gringo hitmaker recently bought a house and a car for his mother and has made public utterances about how much he loves his family and how he plans to spend his fortunes on them.
However, Shatta Wale doesn't think about his family alone but the people who believe in him. He bought a brand new BMW car for his manager Julio Cyrianno Olympio on his birthday.
The musician also bought a Maserati for Solash after he got the key to Worcester.
In 2014, Shatta Wale made some donations to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital where he gave to Children's Block. He also donated to the victims of the June 3 flood and fire.
On February 8, 2016, he donated items to the Police Hospital in Accra.
Shatta Wale had a party on his birthday in the streets of Nima, Accra with market women, fans, children, aged people living on the streets his target for the festive occasion. He also gave out some gifts to needy.
Shatta Wale on different accounts has donated educational materials to schools. The Ghanaian musician supported Nana Aba Anamoah by donating books to support Raising Readers Ghana Foundation.
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Investing in young talents
Shatta Wale is very passionate about investing in young and upcoming artistes having recruited and sponsored the works of Joint 77, Addi Self, Captan. He even featured them on his hit song, “Taking Over”.
Visit to the Presidency
Shatta Wale's visit to the presidency got everyone talking.
The controversial musician did not show the behaviour his fans had previously been treated to. His way of talking changed all of a sudden he spoke gentle whiles having a conversation with the president.
About his style of dressing, he actually dressed in a decent way for his visit to the president.
A humbled Shatta Wale was the picture painted for everyone who me the 'Dancehall King'.
The 'Ayoo' hitmaker discussed how to improve the Creative Arts Industry, making valid and good points.
Shatta Wale was a totally different person at the Jubilee House, a type of person worth emulating.