Shatta Wale shows off $180K jewels, insults those comparing him to Black Sherif

Shatta Wale is unhappy people are comparing Black Sherif to him so he is voicing out.

Shatta Wale and Black Sherif

The 20-year-old Ghanaian singer has churned a new tune which has become an instant hit. The song 'Kwaku The Traveller' also became the first solo track by a Ghanaian act to land at number one on Nigeria music charts.

The feat has seen some fans drag Shatta Wale for always bragging yet has not been able to top a chart in Nigeria with any of the 1000s of songs he releases.


The comparison has infuriated the dancehall artiste who is a sounding warning to those fueling the comparison. During a Facebook live broadcast, he said " this Black Sherif boy come recently and you people want to do comparison".

"Badman you no go leave somebody make he too chop his money some?" he lamented. Whilst showing off showing a necklace he was wearing, he added that "badman chale what I deay wear for my neck be 120,000".

Pointing to his wristwatch he said "this thing I dey wear e b 59 up 60,000 dollars". According to Shatta Wale, he is doing music as his profession and it is fetching him good business, therefore, he will not entertain disrespect and unnecessary comparison.

Hear more from Shatta Wale in the video below as he addressed the issue from his U.S base.



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