Shatta Wale Breaks Silence On Alleged Attack In Kumasi.

The dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has finally broken his silence after several reports claim he and his Shatta Movement crew were attacked and chased of Krofrom in Kumasi.

The multiple award-winning and dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Junior well known as Shatta Wale for some days now have been in Kumasi, the capital of Ashanti Region shooting a music video with some Kumerican’s young and upcoming artistes as part of his Kumerican Invasion Project.

On their visit to Krofrom to shoot the music video, Shatta Wale and his crew had to run for their lives as unknown thugs whose appearance were more like drug addicts attempted pouncing on him on.

Per reports gathered by, Shatta Wale stirred these thugs’ anger up and provoked them after he failed to adhere to a stern warning issued by these thugs in Krofrom to stay away from the area. understands that the actions of these thugs towards Shatta Wale is due to the fact that he failed to attend the funeral of his colleague, one Junior US from Krofrom who was murdered in the United States in May 2019. Its alleged that Shatta Wale owed Junior US GH¢200,000.00 of which he has not refunded.

The prying eyes of on social media saw a post by Shatta Wale on his official facebook page denying the report that he was attacked in Kumasi and further linked these reports to propagators insisting that he will continue to lead them for centuries. He wrote:

Still in kumerica having fun as usual and the unhappy ones are saying I was attacked for what ? if I may ask ? ..

We just had this successful shoot and all they can talk about is this ? No wonder I keep leading them 50million years ahead ..

Let peace reign



Rytee Mourinho

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