Is Shatta Wale Dead?: Fans ask as police manhunts for whereabouts
Following a supposed shot assault, the Ghana Police Service is on a manhunt for renowned Ghanaian Dancehall Performer Shatta Wale.
The Ghana Police Service said in a statement on Monday that they had found ways to decide the whereabouts of the multi-award winning Reggae and Dancehall performer who was currently absent.
In a Facebook post, it added, “The attention of the Police has been drawn to the report on the supposed shooting of Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popularly in entertainment circles known as Shatta Wale.”
“After learning of the news, the police started an investigation into the case, which included reaching some of his loved ones, just as all of his associates.”
“Shatta Wale’s home has been searched, yet he has not been found.
“The police has been scanning clinics in Accra for Shatta Wale for the past couple of hours and keep on doing as such.
“While we proceed with our examinations, the Police are requesting that the public call the numbers 18555, 191 and 0302773906 with any data about Shatta Wale’s whereabouts.”
In the mean time, SM fans and Ghanaians are thinking about what is new with Shatta Wale, and regardless of whether the shooting gossip is actually an exposure trick for his impending collection, “Gift of God.”
Shatta Wale was brought into the world on October 17, 1984, and is a maker, reggae-dancehall craftsman, and entertainer.
He is generally known for his breakout hit tune Dancehall King, which procured him the Artiste of the Year award at the Ghana Music Awards in 2014.
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