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Shatta Wale reacts to reports that he duped a woman of $45000

Internet fraud is prominent in Ghana, and people use all sorts of means to scam people by creating fake celebrity pages and even normal accounts to scam unsuspecting victims.

In this light, Celebrated dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has reacted to viral reports that he’s scammed a woman known as Hilda Boateng in the USA of $45,000.

According to Hilda, she has lots of documents, chats, and phone call conversations to prove that she was truly duped by the ‘My Level’ hitmaker.


Responding to Hilda’s allegation in a live video on Facebook, sighted by HotfmOnlinegh.com, Shatta Wale expressed shock that a woman who lives in the USA could fall for such a scam without checking and verifying the account and number of the person she claimed she was talking to.

Sounding extremely disdained, Shatta Wale dared Hilda to report him to either the police in the USA or even come down and report him if she’s sure she was truly scammed by him like she’s saying.

Shatta, also threatened to sue her for defamation of character and says he will make sure his lawyers deal with her for tarnishing his image.

Source: HotfmOnlinegh.com


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