The dancehall king has opened up on what transpired between him and a certain police officer which has gone viral since Friday
African dancehall king Shatta Wale has revealed that he got angry and drove off on Friday after being stopped by a police officer because he was labelled as a rascal by the officer in the process.
In an ‘amateur’ video circulating on social media, Shatta Wale was captured having a discussion with the policeman who had stopped him along the road in East Legon but all of a sudden Shatta started throwing his hands in the air in despair and later entered his vehicle and speed off.
According to AshesGyamera‘s sources, the police stopped Shatta Wale for driving an unregistered vehicle and demanded he follows him to the next police station. However, the SM boss wanted to explain certain things regarding the vehicle to the security officer which ended up in a bizarre twist.
“It got to a point people were coming around, people don’t know the relationship I have with him so he actually used the word you these rascals and I said oh, uncle, you’re calling me rascal, that’s when I got pissed,” Shatta told Peace FM.
“I was like, let’s leave the car keys with him, he can even keep the car and drive because I love him so much.
“I don’t want the word rascal, people were coming around and I didn’t want them to hear him call me a rascal and then the next thing you see and hear, my story will be all over the media. That Policeman is no person people should get worried about because he’s my man,” he added
Shatta Wale has been nominated in the 2018 Ghana Music Awards for the first time since 2013 and he is highly rated to win the Artist of the year following hit songs like Ayoo, Takin Over, Hossana, Bulletproof, Umbrella, and Forgetti.