“Shaxi Belongs To A Gameboy, Not Shatta Wale. He’s Only Used At The Face Of The Company”-Insider Spills The Beans
An insider within the SM camp has come out to reveal that the popular hailing business, “Shaxi” is believed to be owned by the dancehall musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr., well known as Shatta Wale is not his but belongs to a Gameboy.
“Shaxi” happens to be the newest initiative launched by the self-acclaimed dancehall king as a way of also contributing to society. According to Shatta Wale, he created “Shaxi” not for profitable gains but to also contribute to the growth of the nation by providing jobs for the youth.
In a post, he made on his Instagram, Shatta Wale stated that he and his team only aim at creating a sustainable business with a focus on providing employment for the theming unemployed Ghanaians.
He recently launched the business which had a number of industry players and musicians throwing their weight behind him in kind and cash for him to begin his business.
Well, a social media user who happens to be an insider in Shatta’s camp has come out to allege that the hailing services do not belong to Shatta Wale as he claims. According to him, the business belongs to a Gameboy who only used Shatta Wale as the face of the business.
Reacting to a post made by a blogger on Facebook, the insider wrote; “Shazi is not his wai. He’s being used as just a face by a Game Boy who owns it. There’s nothing that can hide forever under the sun. Screenshot this, the truth will come out sooner or later.”