Rapper Kwaw Kese has taken a swipe at dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale following his bail from police custody.
Shatta Wale was arrested for faking a gunshot attack incident. He was eventually granted a GHS100K bail together with his other team members arrested as well.
Reacting to it on TV3, Kwaw Kese recounted how Shatta Wale once made a mockery of him, labeling him an ex-convict.
He believes they’re squared off now and the dancehall artiste will learn his lessons the hard way.
“One time, I was even called ex-convicts by him and his fans. And stuff like that. But you know God being so good now we all we are ex-convicts.’
“It wasn’t something I was wishing it happens to any of my colleagues, but you know we don’t have charge of the law. The law can get a grip on you at any time. And I think that’s what happened. It is really sad that my brothers had to go through it, but some of these things, you go through to learn a lesson. And I think a lesson has been learnt. You can’t be pranking people ruff-ruff like that, left and right,” he said.
As a reminder, in April 2015, Ghanaian rapper Kwaw Kese was sentenced to a day’s imprisonment for allegedly smoking cannabis in public.
He was asked to pay a fine of GHC1,200 as well. The ruling was given by a Kumasi High Court after a number of adjournments, following the rapper’s arrest by police in Kumasi on November 22, 2014.
Fast forward to 2016, speaking in an interview with News-One, he confessed that his prison experience has made him a better person at heart and reignited his passion for charity.