Shatta Wale opens up in saying that is biggest regret is for him not becoming a Lawyer.
“Not becoming a lawyer is my biggest regret,” Shatta Wale said.
The well-known Ghanaian dancehall performer Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jr., better known by his stage name Shatta Wale, has said that his biggest regret in life is that he did not pursue. A legal profession.
Even though he is a multi-award-winning musician, he still feels unfulfilled.
She stated candidly in a recent interview with Stefania Okereke of the BBC, “My biggest regret in life is that I didn’t become a lawyer.” He also disclosed that he is still thinking about going into law, saying, “I might pursue a career in law. When I accumulate enough resources.”
I’m proud of my accomplishments as a musician, but my first goal was to practice law.”
Acknowledged that not everyone views him as a “nice guy,” but he yet stated his wish to be viewed as such.
After graduating from senior high school, Shatta Wale changed his name to “Bandana” and released the famous song “Bandana” from Ghana. The song became a huge smash in the Ghanaian music industry in 2004.
During the 2013 VGMA awards, Shatta Wale unexpectedly rose to the occasion, hurling lyrical obscenities at the organization because he. Claimed they had denied him the Dancehall artist of the year award in favor of a female dancehall musician named “Kaakie”.
In a recent interview with Stefania Okereke of the BBC, Shatta Wale candidly said, “My biggest regret in life is that I didn’t become a lawyer.” He also disclosed that he is still thinking about going into law, stating, “I might pursue a career in law when I accumulate enough. Resources.”
His musical breakthrough came about despite the song’s coarse lyrics because it was much anticipated by the media.
Shatta Wale makes much of his money as a musician by arranging events that draw thousands of young Ghanaians, such as Dancehall King, which became his most popular song in 2013.