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Twene Jonas Angrily Descends On Shatta Wale For Assaulting Road Contractor [Video]

Popular Ghanaian internet sensation, Twene Jonas has sent dancehall musician, Shatta Wale to the cleaners shop for allegedly assaulting a government road contractor.

Ghanaarticles.com earlier reported that, Shatta Wale and some of his team members were reported to have attacked the road workers on Monday, May 31.

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A video of the incident emerged on social media in which Shatta Wale was seen involved in hot exchanges with the construction workers.

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Well, Twene Jonas like he always do descended on the musician using unprinted words to insult him for halting the construction of the road.

Meanwhile, the multiple award-winning singer has rendered an unqualified apology to Kennedy, the road contractor.

In a video posted online, a remorseful Wale apologized for the incident and denied claims that he paid four million dollars for the road to be constructed.

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“It’s unfortunate that things happened this way. I also want to say sorry to Kennedy for everything that happened. I believe he will find a place in his heart to forgive me,” said Wale.

The apology comes hours after a police report was made against him for assault.

 

Source: Ghanaarticles.com

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