- Shatta Wale has taken a swipe at Nigerian singer Davido over his new car purchase
- The dancehall artist Shatta Wale said at least he is living the life of luxury with his own money and not from his dad's account
- Shatta Wale is also reported to have also purchased a new Rolls Royce some days ago
Multiple award-winning Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, has thrown a jab the way of Nigerian artiste Davido over him flaunting his new car online.
In a subtle attack, Shatta Wale accused Davido of flaunting his dad's wealth and making people on social media believe it was his own money.
The Taking Over hitmaker said unlike Davido, he (Shatta Wale) was known to have made his own money and was spending it on his own terms.
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Shatta Wale took to his Instagram Stories and wrote: "I don't use my father's money for hype, I use my own to do my own real sh*t... Real hustlers are real money makers."
He added: "We started from the bottom now we here!!! The ting e-coil," and added some laughing emojis to it.
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Shatta Wale's recent post follows the Blow My Mind crooner's acquisition of a sleek 2021 Rolls Royce edition which he added to his fleet of luxurious cars.
Davido, in a number of social media posts, flaunted the plush car he paid for on the spot and was seen taking it for a spin.
In other world celebrity news, Briefly News reported that Davido splashed R8 million on a brand new 2021 Rolls Royce and shared photos online.
Nigerian singer Davido has done it again. Davido recently got his fans gushing when he shared photos of the brand new Rolls Royce he bought for himself. The father of three stated that people rise by lifting others up.
However, he noted that the people who are lifting others should not also forget to reward themselves. According to the Blow My Mind crooner, he just got his first Rolls Royce, noting that it's a 2021 edition. He said:
"We rise by lifting others but don’t forget to reward yourself!!! WHO DEY ZUZU!! Just copped my first RR!! God is good! I’m forever grateful to y’all!! ... oh yea 2021 BTW."
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