Shatta Wale born Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr

Ghanaian regga/dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr turns 37 years today.

To celebrate the Ghanaian sensation, many have taken to social media to congratulate and extend their well wishes to the “My level” hit maker.

Twitter, which has two of its most trending subjects dedicated to Shatta Wale, has been buzzing since morning. The platform has been flooded with comments from the hashtags; #Shattabration and #LongLiveTheKing.

The rationale behind #Shattabration appears to originate from two words; Shatta Wale and Celebration. It is also not surprising Shatta Wale has been tagged as “King”.

This is because of his hit “Dancehall King” and collaboration with International singer Beyoncé on her song “Already”.

Portions of “Already” say “Long live the king, you a king, you know it. King already, already, you know it.”

Fans of Shatta Nation say their President, who recently caused a stir on social media for imprinting the initials of his colleague in the entertainment industry, Medikal, on his arm, is a teacher and a voice to the voiceless.

They prayed for long life and prosperity in all his endeavors.

Shatta Wale did not miss the opportunity to wish himself a happy birthday.

Celebrities who have showered such accolades on the dancehall artiste include Sister Deborah, Abeiku Santana.

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Recently, famous Nigerian actor, Jim Iyke, described Shatta Wale, as a showbusiness savvy person.

According to him, the Ghanaian artiste’s ability to take over trends with his antics is commendable.

Speaking on Joy FM’s Cosmopolitan Mix Thursday, the actor born James Ikechukwu Esomugha said one needs to be strategically positioned to make it in the entertainment industry.

“I think Shatta just wakes up in the morning and decides what am I going to do to provoke people’s thoughts? He will go like Jim Iyke looks like me. He is going to wake up tomorrow and say; I want to be President of Ghana.

“He will not be president and we all know that, but Shatta will go there and run to be President and just get you guys to talk about him. He understands the propensity of the business,” he said.

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