WE BRING TO YOU SHATTA WALE NET WORTH 2020 Forbes
Charles Nii Armah Mensah known on stage as Shatta wale is a reggae Dancehall artist from Ghana. He came into limelight with his greatest hit ‘ Dancehall king”. Shatta wale is one of the richest musicians in Ghana.
Shatta wale has since become a household name in Ghana and other African countries such as Nigeria. He has performed on both local and international platforms winning many awards to his credit.
Shatta wale owns nine expensive cars and three mansions.The cars owned by the star include a Range Rover, a G Wagon, Toyota Camry, and Chevrolet Camaro. Most recently, the musician added three vehicles to his fleet of cars which are Mercedes Benz, BMW, and Maserati.
WHAT IS SHATTA WALE NET WORTH 2020 Forbes
Shatta is the CEO and organizer of the Shatta Movement. He has gotten several endorsements deals with Guinness Ghana and as the brand ambassador for Rush Energy Drink, Kasapreko Company, producers of several alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages in Ghana, Boss Baker Beef Roll. All these avenues contribute to Shatta Wale’s net worth.
shatta Wale has 9 cars and 3 houses, the most recent costing $1 million. It’s a mansion in Accra, the capital city of Ghana. Charles owns a customized brand of a white color car, with plate number SHATTA 1 15. Shatta Wale has an estimated net worth of $10 million in 2020 according to forbes.
Mayor of Worcester, Joseph Petty, presented Shatta Wale with the Key to the City on 8 July 2017, in recognition of his contributions to the arts.
On 18 March 2018, Wale was presented an honoree award for his outstanding contribution to reggae in Ghana and globally at the 37th Annual Chicago Music Awards (CMA), in conjunction with the 36th International Reggae & World Music Awards (IRAWMA).
Wale received an honoree award on 11 May 2018, alongside Sizzla, Queen Ifrica, Chronixx, Daddy Fresh, Winning Jah, Jah Cure, Sean Paul, Ben Priest and other personalities at the Obaland Royal Awards in Nigeria. The awards were held by an entertainment firm owned by King Ewuare II of Benin City, Edo State. The Obaland plaque was reportedly valued by specialized anthropologists and museum critics in Benin City, and declared to be worth US$34 million.