Shatta Wale Sparks Controversy with Claims of Drug Smuggling by Ghanaian Artists

Ghanaian singer Shatta Wale has recently caused a stir on the internet with his strong reactions towards those calling for his arrest. These reactions come in the wake of rumors surrounding the detention of his best friend, Hajia4Reall, on charges of involvement in a romance scam. In response to the story, Shatta Wale took to social media and urged officials at the Kotoka International Airport to investigate drug smuggling activities among Ghanaian artists who travel outside the country.

During a live video, Shatta Wale vehemently denied any involvement in fraudulent activities and expressed his frustration at being linked to such charges. He questioned the motives behind these accusations and claimed that there were influential individuals eagerly anticipating his arrest. In his own words, he said, “As they have arrested Hajia 4Reall, some stupid people in this country have been inciting the FBI to arrest Shatta Wale. Your mother, your father, your mother again, your father again.”

Furthermore, Shatta Wale alleged that airport staff were well aware of illegal acts committed by certain Ghanaian musicians, including drug trafficking. He stated, “Once upon a time, I was told there are Ghanaian artists who smuggle cocaine outside the country, and the airport monitors them. The airport knows, go and ask them how many artists travel with cocaine that they’re aware of.”

These bold claims by Shatta Wale have ignited a heated debate and drawn attention to the issue of drug smuggling within the Ghanaian music industry. The singer’s remarks have raised questions about the role of airport authorities in monitoring such illicit activities. As the controversy unfolds, many are eagerly awaiting further developments and clarification regarding these serious allegations.

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