Ghanaian musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah who is known as Shatta Wale has indicated that he is tired of Ghana.
The award-winning dancehall musician made this known in a recent interview he had with Andy Dosty on his ‘DayBreak Hitz’ program aired on Hitz FM on Tuesday morning.
This comes after he was in the news for asking his boys to ‘beat’ a road constructor some days ago. According to him, he didn’t ask anyone to beat the road constructor.
It was alleged to have organized a group of Nima boys to beat up some construction workers who denied him access to a road under construction.
In a video taken by an onlooker at the scene, the self acclaimed dancehall king was spotted yelling at a group of road construction workers after they denied him access to a particular road under construction.
According to the onlooker who took the video, the unhappy singer drove to Nima to bring a gang from the Nima area to come and teach the construction workers a lesson for messing with him.
He also mentioned that Shatta and his Nima boys didn’t prevail in their quest and ended up leaving the site with their tails between their legs as the construction workers dealt with them mercilessly.
In the interview, he said;
“I am tired of Ghana. Everything negative news is Shatta Wale. I am tired. I am tired of this country. Nobody is above the law in Ghana. If I have fought for people to get a good road, have I done anything wrong?
I will forever be Ghana’s satan. My boys did not assault anybody. They did not assault any construction manager.
We did not create any violence there. We only went there to tell them to stop the work. I didn’t say I paid anybody to work on any road.”