Dancehall musician Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known as Shatta Wale says he is ready to challenge 4syteTV in court over claims that he owes them $40,000.
The media organization claims that Shatta Wale owes it $40,000 for my 2 video shoots in South Africa in 2014.
But Shatta Wale in a twitter post has subtly challenged the assertion, saying “don’t worry we go go court.. with #zylofon i have no fear.” [sic]
Read the full tweet below:
SO @official4SYTETV SAID I OWE THEM $40,000 FOR MY 2 VIDEO SHOOTS IN SOUTH AFRICA IN 2014 WHEN MY CAREER JUMPSTARTED. DONT WORRY WE GO GO COURT.. WITH #ZYLOFON I HAVE NO FEAR.. #CHAMPIOOOOOOOON pic.twitter.com/wumVHDXawS
— SHATTA WALE (@shattawalegh) February 21, 2018
Shatta Wale recently inked a 3-year management deal with Zylofon Music, a record label owned by Ghanaian entertainment powerhouse Zylofon Media, a deal the company’s Head of Communications, Mr Samuel Atuobi Baah, described as a “360 management deal, where the record label manages all the business activities of the Shatta Wale brand.”
It appears therefore that business has come early for the zylofon group.