“My biggest regret in life is that I didn’t become a lawyer” – Shatta Wale spills

Ghanaian dancehall artist, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr., better known as Shatta Wale has disclosed that his biggest regret in life is not pursuing a career in law.

In a recent interview with BBC’s Stefania Okereke, Shatta Wale stated,

“My biggest regret in life is that I didn’t become a lawyer.”

The self-proclaimed ‘African Dancehall King’ shared that despite his achievements as a multi-award-winning musician, he still doesn’t feel entirely satisfied.

He further explained that he is thinking about becoming a lawyer but plans to do it “when I have enough money.” He stressed his wish to pursue law, even though he’s successful as a musician right now.

Moreover, Shatta Wale noted that he sees himself as a “nice guy,” despite acknowledging that not everyone views him in that light.

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Earlier this year, Glamsquad recalls that stated that no Ghanaian performer is currently as popular as Nigerian singer, Ahmed Ololade, better known as Asake.

Shatta Wale made this comment in an X space sponsored by Ghanaian media personality Serwaa.

He said,

“No Ghanaian artiste has even made it like Asake, not even myself.”

“Nobody in the Ghanaian [music] industry has accomplished what Asake has accomplished.” Let’s be honest.”

The Host said: “But you said you are the richest Ghanaian artiste, and you haven’t even made it up to Asake’s level?”

Shatta Wale responded:

“Why would I have to reach Asake’s level [before becoming Ghana’s richest artiste]? There is a Spanish musician in either Spain or the Dominican Republic.

His comment generated mixed reactions among Ghanaians. While many noted that it is Asake’s time to reign, others noted that Shatta Wale doesn’t mean his statement.

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