Shatta Wale’s arrest was planned- A-Plus
Artist Kwame Asare Obeng known in Showbiz circles as A-Plus has revealed that the arrest of Dancehall Artiste Shatta Wale was painstakingly organized by the artiste and some different people.
A-Plus claims that Shatta Wale was offered a possibility by some persuasive people to exonerate himself of any charge on account of the trick firearm firing occurrence however he dismissed the proposition.
Talking on UTV’s Showbiz show on Saturday, 23 October 2021, Kwame A-Plus said that Shatta Wale admitted tot he telephones of his own Assistant and Public Relations Officer to get out the phony word about his shooting in line with the arrangement to be executed.
A-Plus who confirmed that he was available at the police headquarters when one of Shatta Wale’s assistants proposed that the artiste could be working with the government to manage issues of fake prophesies in the country.
“Shatta Wale was not part of the matter. He never said he was shot, it’s somebody who detailed it. Some powerful men in the nation educated Shatta to go out of the case since he never said that he was shot. Powerful individuals needed to manage are the folks who detailed the case.
“Shatta himself went to the police headquarters to report that he made the charge utilizing the telephones of those two. This issue was arranged. Shatta Wale knows what he is doing. I was at the Ministries police headquarters when Deportee was picked and I can let you know that it was arranged,” he said.
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