Glo Paid Me $40,000 For One Show Shatta Wale

Award-winning Ghanaian Dancehall act Shatta Wale has revealed how much he made for mounting the just ended Glo CAF Awards stage in Nigeria.

Shatta is back in Ghana after performing his “Reality” single at this year’s GLO CAF Awards in which Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang annexed the CAF footballer of the year award. Shatta has since disclosed that he is $40,000 richer following that performance.

Talking about the benefits of performing on the stage which also had actress Juliet Ibrahim hosting, Shatta revealed on Adom FM that “Apart from meeting other artists and talking about collabs, the money too was good. I got 40,000 dollars—let me call it grand. I made 40,000 grand. When you are paid well like that, you respect what goes on because they work professionally.”

Explaining why he was very calm and well-composed on stage in Nigeria, Shatta said:

“I heard someone on radio saying when I went to GLO CAF event, I worked with what they said; but I did that because they showed me respect.

“I don’t like pressure and on another level, people respect you when you act like a mature person. They invited four of my crew; we came with six people so on another level they realised we as a team knew what we were doing.”


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