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“None Of My Baby Mamas Want Me To See My Own Kids ”-Shatta Wale Cries Out

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Award-winning Ghanaian dancehall musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., widely known as Shatta Wale has revealed that he is not allowed to see his own kids anymore.

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According to the controversial dancehall crooner, he has been restricted by his baby mamas from seeing and spending some quality bond with any of his children.

In a post he made on Facebook, the maestro intimated that his baby mamas can keep his children since they have denied him the right and privilege to have a connection with them as he plans on having another baby anytime soon.

While wishing himself a Happy Father’s Day today, the SM empire boss said that he would give his incoming babies the same names he gave to all his children and keep these ones to himself since he has been denied of his fatherly relationship with his kids.

As a reminder the singer is blessed with two kids, a boy and a girl. His most recent child, Majesty whom he has with his ex-fiancée, Michy has been spotted on numerous occasions having a quality time with the singer but for some reasons unknown to the public, he is no longer allowed to see his children.

See the screenshot below:

In other news, outstanding Ghanaian media personality, Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey Santana of Despite Media Group has charged Ghanaians and music industry players to heap praises on the Shatta Movement boss, Shatta Wale for his enormous contribution to the Ghana music industry.

According to the Ekwansodwodwo host, Shatta Wale encouraged fans to come out in their numbers to rally behind their favorite musicians without feeling intimidated.

Abeiku Santana also added that Shatta Wale introduced a fan army into the industry, making it easy for fans to see themselves as a family while supporting their favorite acts.

“Shatta Wale encouraged people to come out as a fan army and they saw themselves as family. We need to appreciate Shatta Wale”, he said.

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