The multi-award-winning Ghanaian dancehall and reggae artist Charles Nii Armah Mensah, better known by his stage name Shatta Wale, has revealed his intentions to assist his troubled colleagues Moesha Boduong and Funny Face.
The “On God” hitmaker claims that he intends to buy two Shaxi vehicles, which they will use for six months of online ride-hailing services.
This will give them a stable source of income, he claimed.
According to the well-known crooner, Shaxi cars bring in between GH¢800 and GH¢1200 per week, which helps relieve the two celebrities who are in need of money.
In order to finalise the arrangements, Shatta announced that he has given his manager, Sammy Flex, the immediate task of getting in touch with the Funny Face and Moesha management.
Shatta referred to Moesha as a sister and stated that it is his duty to lessen the financial strain on her family.
Funny Face, who gained notoriety for his humorous roles in Ghanaian films, has seen his personal and financial situation deteriorate as a result of a public spat with his baby mama. He recently expressed on social media how his unstable financial situation prevents him from seeing his twin daughters.
Popular actress and social media influencer Moesha Boduong has also been in the news, but for a different reason. Following her stroke, her family started a GoFundMe page to help pay for her medical expenses. Many people are now wondering how fleeting fame and fortune really are in light of the incident.
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