Ghanaian Dancehall artiste Charles Nii Armah popularly known in showbiz as Shatta Wale has refuted claims of beating construction workers who blocked him from using a road they were working on.

In a viral video trending yesterday, Shatta Wale and some of his Nima boys were seen in a heated argument with some road constructors and this caused a huge stir on social media on what the cause could have been.

The person who took the video, narrated in the background that Shatta Wale wasn’t allowed to pass because they were working on the road as at the time of the incident. The dancehall King got angry and asked his boys to clear the road for him to pass and this lead to a fight.

However, according to new reports, Shatta Wale had paid the road constructors to complete a part of the road leading to the SM Secretariat at Adjiriganor before departing to the United States for his new album set.

Shatta Wale stayed in the US for more that six weeks before returning to Ghana. The workers were contracted to fix the road within the six weeks which they delayed.

The Dancehall king was there to check on the progress of the job wherw he realized they had just started the job and according to reports, they started when they heard he’s back in the country.

This fumed the dancehall King and his boys as that wasn’t the agreement they had and it led to heated arguments between both parties which appeared to look like a fight.

One of Ghana’s finest Blogger GhHyper made this known in an Instagram post where he described the scene involving the dancehall superstar. He was at the scene to check on the progress of the road fix and not to fight the workers for blocking him from using the road.

“So what I’m getting is that, shatta wale paid those contractors to fix An Adjiriganor road leading to his Sm Secretariat before he left to the states and they waited till he got back hence the uproar” – The Instagram post read

Gh Kabutey is a content writer, video editor and social media marketer. I promote in a new and holistic manner, Ghanaian culture [music, dance, people], news, and trends. I am a biochemist by profession.

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