- Multiple award-winning Ghanaian artiste Shatta Wale paused to dash five fans GH¢1,000 each during his performance at the Guinness Accravaganza
- The selfless dancehall star left the fans overwhelmed with gratitude as they went on their knees to thank him
- As expected, social media users were naturally moved by the act of kindness from Shatta Wale, as many praised him
Ghanaian dancehall musician Shatta Wale halted his performance on stage to celebrate some endearing fans at the Guinness Accravaganza concert on Saturday, December 2.
The internationally decorated performer bonded with three ladies and two men who joined him on stage, where he appreciated them.
During his performance, the musician gave the five loyal fans GH¢1,000 each to thank them for their support.
In a video making the rounds on social media, Shatta Wale calls the recipients from the crowd and shares pleasantries with them before asking one of his team members to hand over the cash to them.
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Visibly overwhelmed with gratitude, the lucky fans displayed emotions before descending the stage.
Watch the video below:
Fans react to gesture by Shatta Wale
Legit.ng compiled some of the comments that trailed the video. See them below:
Big ups, Shatta Wale.
Big ups, @shattawalegh. Good job, God bless you.
E be only man Shatta Wale.
Man of the year, man of the people.
Ebi only Shatta Wale.
The other stingy artists should learn and do what Shatta is doing by giving back to his fans.
Portable begs Shatta Wale for collaboration
Legit.ng earlier reported that Portable made a grand entrance into Ghana with a message for Shatta Wale.
The Zazuu hitmaker dropped a short freestyle to his idol as a notice that he is available in the country.
Diverse opinions filled the comment section, as some thought Shatta Wale was bigger than Portable. But others pointed out that the Nigerian singer could revive his career.