SHAXI is not for Shatta Wale, he’s being used as the face by a GameBoy who owns it – Insider alleges

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Ghanaian dancehall artiste Shatta Wale launched a new commercial ride system, Shaxi to reduce the unemployment rate among the youth.

According to Shatta Wale, Shaxi was created from his inspiration to create employment avenues and create a sustainable business focus for the Ghanaian youth.

Days after the app was launched, a social media enthusiast has alleged that the popular ride-hailing service; SHAXI which was launched barely a month ago is not for Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale as he has made us believe.

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This supposed information was made available to the public by one Freddie Mawuli in a comment under popular blogger Chris Handler’s post on Facebook.

Chris Handler queried about Shatta Wale’s involvement in the SHAXI business when he dragged himself in the mud during his feud with Burna Boy and Nigerians earlier this month.

It was under this post that Freddie Mawuli revealed that the SHAXI app is owned by a Game Boy but has used Shatta Waale as the face to promote the app.

“So is Shatta Wale the CEO of Shaxi or he’s appointed someone cos eeeeei.
CEO of a ride-hailing service in a competitive market and you still soak yourself in gutter water like this?
We would do this when foreigners win, then we would be blamed for not supporting a local business when the person himself doesn’t care about his business.
Chris queried.

Freddie Mawuli’s reply;

“Shazi is not his wai. He’s being used as just a face by a Game Boy who owns it. There’s nothing that can hide forever under the sun. Screenshot this, the truth will come out sooner or later.”

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