(+VIDEO) Watch The Beautiful Moment Shatta Wale Changed The Life Of A Trotro Driver

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There are some people we meet and they transform our lives completely. This was the case of a Trotro Driver who happens to be a die hard fan of Dancehall King Shatta Wale.

Shatta Wale was in the studios of Hitz FM for an interview and the fan who couldn’t help himself lied on the floor and removed his shirt while begging Shatta Wale to bless him.

An emotional Shatta Wale gently grabbed the man by the head and kissed it while blessing him.

The man who couldn’t believe he was touching Shatta Wale thanked him and hugged him while saying he has made it in life.

Despite his controversial side, Shatta Wale has proven to have a rather soft heart and he has shown it multiple times when he meets his die hard fans.

Watch the emotional video below;

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