My ‘Reign’ Album Can’t Be Trash When It Topped The World iTunes Chart — Says Delusional Shatta Wale

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Shatta Wale has angrily lashed out at his ‘haters’ who describe his album as trash in an emotional plea on Hitz FM.

According to Shatta Wale, his album is a quality one which is topping charts all over the world.

Wale launched the ‘Reign’ album on Saturday and many people have said that whilst the launch itself was mega successful, the album and the songs on it are extremely underwhelming.

And ‘haters’ like Kwaw Kese and M3nsa are not the only ones saying such but a lot of music critics as well.

Despite all this, Wale and his delusional fans have been tickling themselves with some untrue claims about the album.

The album topped the iTunes chart in Ghana but for some reason they also claim it topped the U.S iTunes chart, a wildly fantastical claim with no shred of evidence backing it but Shatta himself repeated that in an interview.

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Speaking on Hitz Fm, Wale refuses the ‘borla’ label on his album and says he is ‘tired’ of having to defend his work.

‘’It was just three days ago we finished with this launch. You know man is tired. I don’t know how they want me to work. When haters talk, you just watch them and say wow, you people are really pushing hard,” he said.

Wale added: ‘’I know my album is not ‘borla’. It is on record now that on the iTunes chart- world album, it went to number one,’’

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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