Shatta Wale also known as Charles Nii Armah Mensah has managed to get himself in the news one way or another.
He was arrested by the police recently for his alleged involvement in a gun hoax which according to authorities was intended to cause fear and panic.
However, despite all these controversies, everybody knows Shatta is lover boy and the ladies crave for his attention everywhere he goes.
Lets look at some top female celebs who have allegedly opened thier legs for Shatta to enter.
Everybody knows by now that, Michy is the baby moma of Shatta Wale’s son Majesty.
Both enjoyed massive attention for thier love affair which was seen everywhere on social media and even released a song titled ‘Low Tempo’.
They broke up later after Michy had accused Shatta of always abusing her. Shatta Wale on the other hand accused his baby mama of being a drug addict.
Sister Afia is one of the female musicians who has been constantly linked with Shatta Wale. It was rumoured that they dated for sometime and Shatta even slept with her before featuring on her hit song “Jeje”.
They have all denied the allegations.
Kisa is a Ghanaian socialite who was also caught up in the love web of Shatta Wale for sometime. They flaunted thier love everywhere on social media with many wondering if they were going to get married anytime soon.
However, thier relationship ended shortly after starting.
The Ghanaian activist/actress and the dancehall musician were allegedly caught up in a love affair after a picture of them in bed in the USA was seen online. Efia Odo later came out to deny news and said it was a video shoot.
Last on the list is repented social media influencer Moesha Budwong.
Her alleged relationship was brought to the media space during a beef between herself, Fela Makafui, Sista Afia, Efia Odo.
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