Shatta Wale is sick; Stonebwoy sends him a strong message

Shatta Wale is sick; Stonebwoy sends him a strong message
Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy

The reggae compilation album, Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica was released yesterday. The project headlined by Shatta Wale has been doing significantly well on various music charts after its release. Especially Shatta Wale’s song on the album, ‘Dream’ that has risen high on a good number of charts too.

However, the multiple award-winning Dancehall act has been down since yesterday, due to sickness. Though the exact thing wrong with him has not been disclosed, confirmed reports reveal he is unable to go out. That is why he failed to make it to the EIB network’s all-important unveiling ceremony of five new shows on their GhOne TV. Stonebwoy had to step in for him as the co-host of the event hosted by Serwaa Amihire.

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Moreover, Serwaa Amihire again confirmed the reports during the latter part of the unveiling ceremony. Though Stonebwoy jokingly reacted to Serwaa’s report stating that Shatta Wale cannot be sick. He, however, seriously asked him to read the message he sent him when the unfortunate news got to him. He said:

“Big ups to yourself, get well soon my brother. I heard you were not feeling well. I sent you a message anyway. You know, check am, check the message.” Which this, you can imagine for yourself how strong and important that message is.

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Meanwhile, internal sources available to also reveals, though Shatta Wale is steadily recovering, he is still not in a position to be active right now. Kindly say a prayer for the dancehall crooner.

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