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How Shatta Wale Reacted To Ara Bs Arrest
 
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31-Jan-2017  
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According to Shatta Wale, his former protegee was grabbed by the police after calling his wife Shatta Michy, a cheap lesbian and a prostitite on Social media.

The former hypeman of Shatta, Ara B known in real life as Rashad Sfarijlani wrote on his Facebook Timeline;

“Shatta Michy stop the lesbianism, stop the drugs and stop f$%#ing all your female friends stupid girl when am talking to your king then you reply calling me names on your snapchat cuz today u have wings stop f#$%ing for cocoa brown roles can’t u see guys are tired of that dead fuse pussy u have… u the least of cheap girls eeew next time u diss me I will dress u well and give names and stuff u do ..stupid little girl dead horse like u…would have made sweet girls diss u but don’t want to involve anyone..flat tatale breast u get like the N1 highway….stop fucking your man friends in the club toilets for bottles k also in the car your man got are u stupid will release all your fila soon if u test me kwasia Ghana’s cheapest bitch that’s what u are and please tell Ghanaians who is the father of….”

Shatta Wale took to his SnapChat to express how he felt about the whole blabber.

In a series of snaps Shatta Wale said;

“Yo F–king Ara B. You see where you going to sleep. (sic) I will come see you in the afternoon. Arab is going…going… Gone! This year anyone who will fool with me, police will come look for you. I’m going to lock Ara B for everyone to see… Boys dey claim gangster for Facebook.”
 
 
 
Source: yfmghana.com
 
 

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