Controversial Dancehall Artiste, Shatta Wale, has debunked rumours that he belongs to a secret cult. Charles Nii Armah Mensah, as Wale is known in real life, has said his career success is God’s blessings, and not any cult he has been rumoured to be serving.
According to Shatta Wale, even though he doesn’t consider the Freemasons as evil people, he is a true Christian who prays to God for direction in every aspect of his life. “I don’t understand people who do not believe in God.
I am not a freemason. Do you know how they behave?” Shatta said. He then mentioned the real ‘cult’ he belongs to which is his Shatta Movement group. “Shatta Movement is my Freemason. I think they are going to enjoy how we live too. We only have time to talk to God and make sure our plans become a success. SM is religious,” Shatta Wale disclosed.
He also spoke on many rumours that his boss at Zylofon, Nana Appiah Mensah, is a member of a cult and introduced him Shatta Wale.
According to that rumour, Nana Appiah Mensah signed Shatta Wale onto the Zylofon Music record label as a reward for joining the cult.
“I think I have to ask him [Nana Appiah Mensah] if he belongs to a cult. If he is then that is a prosperous one. He is open-minded and studies a lot. He might not be a Freemason but that is the advantage of research…” Shatta Wale said.
He is noted for many hit tunes including ‘Forgetti’, ‘Ayoo’, ‘Mahama Paper’, ‘Taking Over’, and many, many other songs.
Shatta Wale has been in the news recently following his leaked ‘adult video’ that rocked the internet. He has also been in the news following the up and down relationship with his long-time girlfriend and baby mama, Shatta Michy.
After breaking up in April this year, the two are said to have come back together again with Shatta Wale describing their relationship as one for life.
He has also been in the news recently for revealing the real source of his wealth.