I carried Shatta Wale for thirteen months in my womb – Mother

Mother of controversial dancehall act, Shatta Wale, has recounted how she delivered her son after thirteen months of pregnancy and disclosed what doctors told her after his birth.

In relation to the celebration of Mother’s Day, Madam Avemegah, the biological mother of Charles Nii Armah Mensah, has granted an interview on mothering his son, who is popularly known, Shatta Wale.

Speaking on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review show, Madam Avemegah, revealed that she carried the singer for thirteen months when she was pregnant and upon his delivery, the Doctor’s told him, her son will be a star.

“The doctor, after delivery told me my son will be a star so I knew right from the start Shatta would be a star and that explains why I was pregnant with him for 13 months,” graphic.com.gh has quoted her to have said.

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However, the musician’s mother added that she doesn’t endorse how her son insult people on social media and sometimes she feels like beating him whenever he goes on that tangent.

“I am heartbroken anytime I hear Shatta Wale insult or fight another person. It gets to me so much that I sometimes feel like going to his house to beat the hell out of him,” she told Akwasi Aboagye on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review show.

According to Madam Avemegah, as a Christian, she cannot encourage her son to be verbally assaulting people every time. However, she also disclosed that she hasn’t seen her son for some time and all attempts to see him has failed.

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“I don’t know what I did to Shatta Wale but he didn’t want to see my face no matter how hard I tried. Sometimes he would see me and pass as if I don’t even to matter to him,” she said.


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