After Running His ‘Gbee Naabu’; Shatta Wale Forced To Apologize To Fans, Media, Zylofon And Every Human Being On Earth For Releasing A S£x Tape

Shatta Wale loves to behave like a rabid dog but as with everyone else, he also has his ‘master’ and in this instance, his master is Nana Appiah Mensah.

After releasing a s£x tape via his snapchat, then deciding to diss and threaten bloggers for reporting about it instead of apologizing, Shatta has been forced to apologize for his actions.

In a statement released via his official Facebook page (not via his personal account though), Wale has apologized for the events of the past 24 hours.

The statement is obviously a PR effort by his label as many are calling for some sponsors to boycott him for his actions and the label is also being dragged into disrepute for associating with such a drug addled artist.

It’s signed in his name but the fact he’s refused to share it personally but using his page tells it all about where Shatta Wale’s mind actually is.

However, whether he likes it or not an apology has been issued in his name by his master – Nana Appiah Mensah.

As Yaa Pono once beautifully demonstrated, ‘Obiaa Wone Master’ ampa.

Full statement below…

20th June 2018


For the unfortunate display of obscenity on my personal snapchat platform on Tuesday, June 19 – a material that was mistakenly posted by one of my associates, I apologize to the people of Ghana for such unpleasant exhibition.

I apologize to all SM fans who felt and still feel slighted by such a move.

My sincere apology to my label, Zylofon Music and also to all my Corporate Partners.

The brand Shatta Wale is a law-abiding one; one that will not do anything untoward to bring it and its partners into disrepute. The brand would also not do anything to affect the sensibilities of the large following and support it commands.

Finally, I apologize to the media for any unfortunate outburst that were directed at them concerning this incident.

Thank you

-Signed –

Charles Nii Armah Mensah (Shatta Wale)

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