Is Pope Skinny A Liar? Old Video Of Him Praising Shatta Wale For Flying His Whole Crew To America Pops Up

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There is a saying that the internet never lies; the reason why people are advised to watch the things they post/ say on social media.

In these past few days, Pope Skinny has been on Shatta Wale’s case where he mentioned that the latter is a big liar for saying he got visas for his whole crew and flew them to America.

According to Pope Skinny’s recent rants, Shatta Wale had no idea how some of his crew members acquired their American visas hence he should spare them sermon of acquiring visas for and flying them to America.

In an old video going viral, Pope Skinny is heard praising Shatta Wale for flying his whole cry to America and that shows nothing but brotherly love.

The big question we’re asking is if Pope Skinny was lying back then or he is lying now just to prove a point?

Watch the video below and share your thoughts with us:


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