Per popular opinion, estranged baby mama of Shatta Wale, Michy had an amorous relationship which forced NAM 1 to hand Shatta Wale the $1.5m Zylofon Music contract to buy his silence.
The raging rumours on social media say Shatta Michy had to sleep with Nanan Appiah Mensah, the one-time multimillionaire businessman, to enable the singer to gain the biggest artiste contract in the history of Ghana.
Historically, Shatta Wale, the critically acclaimed dancehall musician, landed the mega $1.5m deal together with a plush house in the affluent neighbourhood of East Legon early this year.
The deal that was unveiled amid pomp and pageantry shook the country and changed the music landscape in the country which was met with a mixed reaction.
With music CD sales facing a big decline in the world and in Ghana in particular as other cheaper mediums of listening to music rise, the signing of the ‘Gringo’ hitmaker to the mammoth contract raised many eyebrows.
While Shatta Wale’s supporters say he deserved the deal claiming he has immense talent, several music observers in the country said the amount splashed on the musician was undeserving.
Now claims on social media are that, there might be more reasons to the deal than the handing of a management contract to a musician who cannot rake in the huge amount of money and largesse splashed on the controversial dancehall artiste.
According to the rumours Shatta Michy had an amorous relationship which forced the man also known as NAM 1 to hand her boyfriend the contract to buy his silence.
The signing of Shatta Wale, according to the claim, was to ensure that he won’t go public with the secret relationship Nana Appiah Mensah had with his baby mama.
The two parties were not available to react to the wild rumours on social media but the claims not only dents the image of the estranged Zylofon Media CEO but also put the talent of Shatta Wale into question.
Regardless, these are all tentative projections as the real truth of the issue under discussion lies in the fragile hearts of Shatta Michy, Shatta Wale and fugitive Nana Appiah Mensah (Nam1).