TheNewsGH.com has sighted a video in it Shatta movement fans in Liberia are highly praising the Ghanaian musician Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known by his stage name as Shatta Wale from ghpage.com.
These die-hard fans didn’t end there but have composed a song which the lyrics are full of praises for the Ghanaian dancehall star.
Their leader who referred to himself as badman reiterated Shatta Wale’s inspirational message he delivered to his fans via a Facebook live video a few days ago.
“Big up to King Shatta Wale, the African dancehall king. The king said something that, all the haters, let me tell you something..when you fail in life, don’t blame anybody..Shatta Wale said if you fail in life, don’t blame anybody o” The diehard fan, Badman said in patios.
Right after his speech, he introduced the other fans and then continued singing the music dubbed ‘thank God for my talent’.
From the sound and composition of the music, you can clearly tell they are highly inspired by their idol, Shatta Wale.
In a subsequent video posted on ghpage.com on the official youtube channel, some Zimbabwe fans hit the street to launch a campaign in the name of Shatta Wale’s movement.
After seeing this video, you will be right to say Shatta Wale is a god in Liberia and obviously has more fans in the West African country than any artiste in Ghana.
So far, Shatta Wale is the only Ghanaian artiste with a large following outside the shores of Ghana.
Even in Ghana, his fans are uncountable, and they have always thrown their weight behind him in his music and “beefs” with other artistes.
Shatta Wale has also been in the news for ‘fighting’ his colleague Stonebwoy over the title: “Dancehall King”.