Lazy A$$ Shatta Wale Booted off Stage by Legon Students for Trash Performance during Hall Week Artist Night — VIDEO

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Dancehall ‘king’ Shatta Wale found himself forced off stage during a performance at the University of Ghana, Legon, due to a simple inability to perform with a live band as most artists are able to.

Wale’s performance was disrupted by some students because they were unhappy with how it was going, forcing him to leave the stage in protest.

Reports indicate that the fracas in the audience was caused by disaffected students, who had been promised that Wale would perform to a live band at the event. Instead, he came and lip-synced to his songs as usual.

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That led to some students to cause a commotion in the audience, whilst others put off the lights on stage, causing Wale to angrily walk off.

The incident occurred during the Legon Hall Week Artist night event.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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