African Dancehall King Shatta Wale born Charles Nii Armah Mensah has finally spoken on rumours that he’s part of a cult.
According to the “Thunder Fire” hitmaker, even though he doesn’t consider the Freemasons as evil people, he is a true Christian who prays to God for direction in life.
“I don’t understand people who do not believe in God. I am not a freemason. Do you know how they behave? 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…” he told Naa Ashorkor on Joy FM’s “ShowbizAtoZ” on Saturday.
Asked if the Zylofon CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah introduced him to a cult, reasons he has been signed on to Zylofon Music, Shatta Wale said “I think I have to ask him. 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…” he said.
Shatta Wale has been accused time without number that he’s part of a secret society. Many have said that he’s a member of either Free Mason or Illuminati.
Worse still, he has been accused of consulting Mallams for the power he possesses in controlling the Ghana Music scene with hits upon hits.
Well, now that he has come out openly to rubbish all of these claims, we hope critics would also keep quiet from now forward.