Man Walks In Town Without Pants After Shatta Wale Sets The Trend – Photo


Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has apparently set a new trend for his diehard fans after he stormed social media pantless.

Yesterday, Shatta Wale shared some controversial photos on social media. He was spotted in a white long t-shirt without anything covering his waist.

Shatta Wale deliberately dropped his jeans because some people pointed out that it was a fake.

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Before Shatta Wale shared the trending photo, he earlier posted some set of photos where he flaunted his diamond rings and chains.

He also took unique shots which vividly captured his designer shoe and Dsquared2 jeans to flex on social media. But after displaying those items, Shatta Went started trending for wearing fake accessories.

His rings and chains were all described as fake and not original. And he was particularly trolled for his Dsqaured2 jeans which some people claim is fake and he got it for GHC 12 at Kantamanto market.

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Following all that trolls, Shatta Wale shockingly removed his jeans and took new photos for social media which is currently being replicated by his crazy fans.

An unidentified man has been spotted in a t-shirt with no pants or anything to complete the dressing. His shirt has a bold image of Shatta Wale inside. Apparently, he is the musician’s big fan and has decided to mimic him after been caught by his new style.

It appears Shatta Wale has successfully brought into being a new craze after continually making the headlines for the past two weeks after he picked a fight with Arnold Asamoah Baidoo on the United Showbiz Show.

Check out the photo below;

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com



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