Shatta Wale acknowledges God’s role in his career, but refuses to pay tithe to a church.
“It is God because the voice of the people is the voice of God,” the Ghanaian dancehall act replied when asked about the key to his throngs of admirers and popularity.
Shatta Wale emphasized the aforementioned phrase as one of the main reasons he appreciates individuals who support him.
“People say a lot of things about me, but what you think of me, others don’t,” he explained. “There is someone, somewhere that wants to support Shatta Wale whatever, so when I go there, those spirits come together.”
The “My Level” singer, who places such a high value on the love he receives from his fans, has promised to spray on the streets for people to pick up instead of taking it somewhere as tithing and offerings.
“I’ve convinced myself that instead of taking my tithe to church, I’m going to spray it on the streets,” he remarked.
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