If you live in Ghana, you must probably have heard of the self- acclaimed Dancehall King Shatta Wale and how he prides himself as the richest and highest-paid artist in Ghana. The dancehall artist is mostly seen on social media displaying his East-Legon mansion he got from signing a business deal with NAM1’s Menzgold and his luxurious fleet of cars. The prodigal lifestyle of Shatta Wale makes fans and Ghanaians wonder how rich the musician is. I leave you to make your own conclusion of how rich Shatta Wale is taking into consideration these female Ghanaian celebrities who are way richer than Shatta.
Nana Ama McBrown
The actress who started her acting career in the 90s is arguably the richest actress in the country. She gets roles in both English and Twi movies. The wealth of Nana Ama McBrown cannot be well overstressed. Nana Ama McBrown owns luxurious mansions in Accra and Kumasi and is believed to be the owner of houses in the USA and United Kingdom. She was recently in the news for flaunting her mansion in Accra.
The actress also has a taste for luxurious cars as Nana Ama’s fleet of cars can boast of ranger rovers, Mercedes Benz G-wagons, sports cars like Porsche and many others. Nana Ama’s popularity has been her the choicest choice for brand ambassador position to most companies and brands. These are big brands including Softcare, Roma Insecticide Spray and Mosquito coil, Hisense, Kasapreko, Tasty Tom, just to mention a few. The actress is business-conscious and owns several businesses that she has kept away from the public. She dealt in motorbikes for many years but never made news with it.
Shatta Wale’s house(s) and cars come nowhere close to that of Nana Ama McBrown.
Jackie Appiah is one of the most celebrated and adored female celebrities in Ghana. Although the actress started her acting career early, she shot to fame when she acted, Beyoncé and The Prince is Mine. Since then her acting career has only known an upward movement. Aside from her achievement in her acting career, Jackie Appiah is fabulously rich. She just doesn’t wear any designer wear, she is always seen wearing one of those cloth lines; Alexander McQueen, Hugo Boss, Gucci to Robert Cavalli. She has a strong taste for luxury cars.
Aside from her fleet of range rovers, Mercedes Benz and Jeep, the actress also owns sports cars like Maserati and Camaro. She is also one of the few actresses who own homes in Ghana, the United State of America and the United Kingdom. Jackie Appiah is the only actress in Ghana to have signed a long-lasting endorsement deal with Computer firm, IPMC. She is also is an ambassador for the Pan-African Hair Growth brand; HairNowNow Africa.
Jackie Appiah travels on First Class tickets only. If Shatta Wale tries to embark on the trips Jackie Appiah does, he may go bankrupt. Despite how he brags about his wealth, he’s hardly seen displaying images from a first-class cabin.
The Kumawood actress can now proudly say she never regretted dropping out of school as a result of the wealth she has been able to create for herself. Aside from her numerous state of the art unisex saloon spread across the country, the actress is believed to be frequently sponsored by her millionaire friends whose name she chooses to keep private. Like the others before her, she owns three mansions and two luxurious vehicles. How many houses is Shatta Wale having? How many businesses?
There are many other Ghanaian female celebrities whose wealth would make you question if Shatta Waleis really rich as he claims. Do you know Selassie Ibrahim? The actress is the of CEO Smarttys Management and Production, the company behind the infamous Bus-rebranding saga. Aside her political links, she’s married to a millioanire Ibrahim Adams. She owns luxurious cars and mansions. Do you know Emelia Brobbey owns a Bentley and houses?
There are other celebs whose wealth can be equated to that of Shatta Wale. Afia Schwar owns cars, houses and businesses. Same can be said of actress Maame Serwaa, Yvonne Nelson, Dumas and others.
Which other female artiste missed out from the list? Mention in the comment box below.
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