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Entertainment of Wednesday, 27 July 2022

Source: www.ghanaweb.com

FLASHBACK: It’s a shame you still think about me – Shatta Wale to Michy

Michy reads what Shatta Wale said about her on social media Michy reads what Shatta Wale said about her on social media

On October 4, 2022, Michy, formerly Shatta Michy, disclosed in an interview how she went through abuse after Shatta Wale proposed to her on stage.

During the interview, Michy read a message Shatta Wale sent her that read, “It’s a shame you still think about me till date aaaww poor you.”
Read the full story originally published on October 4, 2019 by kasapasonline.com.

Shatta Wale is revelling in the ‘misery’ of his former partner, Michy following her assertions that his 2018 proposal to her was staged.

In a yet-to-air interview, the latter stated she believes that Wale’s proposal to her during the launch of his ‘Reign’ album at the Fantasy Dome in October 2018 was staged because he maltreated her afterwards.

“I feel that proposal was staged. I just want to be honest with myself right now. I did not know about the proposal on that day,” explained Michy to Joy NEWS’ Becky.

“You don’t propose to someone and then you torment them months later. After the proposal, it got worse. it got unbearable. That’s the only word I can use.”

“It’s a shame you still think about me till date aaaww poor you,” reads a text by Wale posted online. “… don’t leave him like your (sic) happy but inwardly you are sad.”

The former long-time couple had tough patches in their relationship – breaking up, followed by accusations and then getting back together. In a July 2018 interview, Wale stated that his relationship with Michy “is for life.”

“Me and Shatta Michy? It is for life. Come on! She is the next artiste I’m going to produce… She is back home.” stated Wale to Giovani Caleb and Berla Mundi, now former hosts of Starr Drive on Starr 103.5 FM.

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