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There Is Nothing Wrong With Shatta Wale Slapping His Bodyguard–Shatta Michy

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Shatta Michy, the baby Mama of dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has jumped into his defence about the bizarre incident which happened over the weekend. The self-acclaimed dancehall King Shatta Wale has been receiving a lot of bashing from the public for slapping his bodyguard during his performance at the S-concert 2017.
A lot of incidents happened at the events and all surrounds on the neck of Shatta Wale. It is reported that Shatta Wale intentionally prevented Ghana’s Reggae artiste Samini from performing with his epic performance.

Michelle Diamond, well known as Shatta Michy has boldly come out to stand behind her baby’s daddy–Shatta Wale for his barbaric behaviour of slapping his bodyguard. Even though Shatta has received backlashes from the general public but that has not prevented his baby Mama from defending him.
According to Shatta Michy, her baby daddy–Shatta Wale is always in the news for bad reasons but nothing is said when he does something positive.
Shatta Michy added that Ghanaians should stop sabotaging and start appreciating their own because, in the year 2018, this ‘shitty attitude’ won’t be tolerated.
“Every day shatta wale bad but when he does good y’all don’t see it. Appreciate your own cuz we ain’t tolerating this shitty attitude in 2018. Ya heard??” … Shatta Michy fumed on her Facebook page.
Her real name Michelle Diamond Gbagonah was in the news some months ago for wiping a glass used to serve customers at her pub with a tissue paper she used to clean her lips.
She has a son with Shatta Wale named Majesty and they are yet to get married.

This post was published on December 4, 2017 8:18 AM

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