‘Check your house matter’ — Shatta Wale replies critics over mother’s homeless issue

Ghanaian dancehall musician, Shatta Wale has replied persons chastising him for not paying his mother’s house rent.

A few days ago, Shatta Wale’s mom, Elsie Evelyn Avemegah disclosed that her son has neglected and refused to pay her house rent.

Madam Avemagah went on to say that she now sleeps in her car and this is causing severe headaches and blood pressure due to lack of proper sleep.

“Only God knows, I don’t want to say it, about four days now I have been sleeping in my car. I don’t knowww who will want to buy my car,” she said on the Anopa Bofoↄ show on Angel TV while shedding tears.

Well, Shatta Wale has addressed his mother’s homeless issue and cautioned critics from involving themselves in his ‘family problems’.

“If I take off my bag, it is full of dollars. And you are there talking about,’ go and rent for your mother and things’, have you people checked your family matters before talking about my family matter? Do you understand me? Don’t even talk nasty about me because the moment you talk nasty about me, I will talk nasty back. I will show you that I’m a gangster.

“See, nigga is crazy, if someone tries to worry me erh …fools fooling in Ghana… We are living the life… the life you thought we ain’t going to live, we are living it.”

According to Shatta Wale, he owns a house in the US, so people should worry about themselves and not him.

“It’s not everything that needs to be addressed on social media. As I’m in America, I have a house to lay my head in. Have you bought a house in America before? You sleep!

“It’s not about fighting and hating on each other. Most of you on social media, hating on me from Nima and others, man, I have made it. If I say that I’ve made it and it worries you, that’s your problem because you haven’t made it, so you have a bad mindset. I have made it and I am proud to tell God that I’ve made it,” he said in a video.