Dancehall King, Shatta Wale says he’s aware his name will fade off very soon just like others who came before him in the music industry.

According to him, it is because of the knowledge of this, he’s investing so that he will not have to suffer when his fame dies off.


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He made this known when he spoke on Peace FM’s Entertainment Review Show on Saturday.

Shatta Wale mentioned that he’s now engaged in several businesses that bring money to the table in order to save more against the future when he is no longer vibrant like he is now.

“I know I am not going to last forever so I am doing my possible best to save money for the future. I am running a lot of businesses to live a comfortable life when I am no longer active,” he said during the interview.


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