Shatta Wale Does Hilarious Dance With Sister Winnie Mensah, Fans Gush
- Shatta Wale got folks laughing as he did a hilarious dance with his pretty little sister Winnie Mensah
- The young lady bonded with her big brother as they did some funny TikTok moves
- Many peeps were happy to see Shatta and his little sister as it was rare to see the dancehall star and Winnie together
On God hitmaker, Shatta Wale, known in private life as Charles Nii Armah Mensah, got many Ghanaians on the floor with laughter after a hilarious video of himself and his little sister, Winnie Mensah, doing TikTok dances together popped up on social media.
The two cute siblings looked like they were having a blast as they jammed to a foreign rap song. Shatta Wale showed his goofy and cute side as he got his sister smiling with his funny facial expressions and uncoordinated dance moves.
Winnie had Shatta following her every move as he tried to mimic her dance steps. Many peeps who did not know Winnie were surprised when they discovered that Shatta Wale had a cute little sister.
Winnie Mensah is a private person as compared to her big brother and barely makes an appearance on social media. She, however, made an exception this time and collaborated with her brother to put smiles on the face of Ghanaians.
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Shatta Wale And Winnie Spark Reactions
wooow you do all One Don
the dancing dey dance you eno b you dey dance am
Ebony Splash 21 also reacted:
hey hey heykrakye you can’t kill me like that woate
Lil King Gee wrote:
eeei which kind dance be this
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Ghanaian dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, replied to Nigeria's Oluwaseun Adebisi Adeyemi, aka Mummy Dollarz, after she used his name in a feud with Ghana's Ivy Adjimah, aka Big Ivy.
Making a video responding to the Mummy Dollarz and Big Ivy rap banter, Shatta Wale encouraged the mothers to continue doing their music.
He indicated that they are adding a new twist to African music since the industry is dominated by young artists.