Shatta Wale has sent a stern warning to a bus driver whom he claimed almost killed him.
The incident was said to have happened on the dawn of Monday when Wale and his team were returning from Kyebi after a performance.
The performance was in line with his ‘Reign’ album tour, an album scheduled to be launched on October 13, 2018.
Speaking in a video he posted online, Shatta Wale revealed that the bus driver, who was driving recklessly, nearly hit his car.
According to him, the driver, as if on a mission to kill him, ignored the police who had signalled him to stop.
Shatta Wale decried the rate at which some reckless drivers drive at night and dawn thereby killing innocent people.
He, therefore, warned the driver, whose name he did not disclose, to go report himself to the police or he would personally teach him a lesson if he catches him.
Shatta Wale’s mood as he spoke in the video shows that he was not pleased with the incident at all.
This may be as a result of many ‘death prophecies’ that have been made by some self-styled men of God against him.
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