Shatta Wale Says I’ll Rather Spray Money On Streets Than Pay Tithe.
Controversial Ghanaian Dancehall singer, songwriter and music producer, Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly called Shatta Wale has said that he will show love to needy and poor with his money than to pay tithe in church despite acknowledging the grace of God in his life that has made him who he is today.
The Ghanaian dancehall act whilst sharing the secret to his success with his teeming fans and success said “It is God because the voice of the people is the voice of God”.
Shatta Wale stressed the aforementioned quote as the major reason he appreciates those who follow him.
“People say a whole of things about me but what you think of me, others don’t see it that way … there is someone, somewhere who wants to supports Shatta Wale regardless so when I go somewhere, those spirits come together,” he said.
The “My Level” singer who believes so much in the love he gets from fans vowed to spray on the streets for people to grab rather than take the same somewhere as tithe and offerings.
“I have told myself that any day the tithe that I will take to church, I will rather spray it on the streets,” he said.
You would recall in an earlier report, Nigerian clergyman, Pastor Femi Faseru of the Kingsway International Christian Centre, KICC entreated Christians to always pay their tithes in 2022 as it is a principle for God’s blessings.