Shatta Wale Goes Pantless After Being Trolled For Wearing Fake Jeans (Photos)

It is only Ghanaian Dancehall musician Shatta Wale that can pull up such crazy stunt in public because he was trolled.

Shatta Wale has taken off his pants and promised not to wear one because he was trolled for wearing fake jeans in public.

Shatta Wale
Shatta Wale

He was trolled on social media yesterday for wearing fake DSQUARED2 jeans after trolling Arnold Asamoah Baidoo on live tv that he wears a GHC2.50 shoes.

The dancehall musician was seen slaying on Instagram with fake DSQUARED2 jeans.

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A closer look at the tag revealed that it was fake and doesn’t come close to the original DSQUARED2 brand.

The original brand is spelt “DSQUARED” and is priced at $670 equivalent to GHC3,879.30 but what Shatta Wale wore was spelt “DSQUARED²”.

He took to the same medium to announce that he has stopped wearing jeans if he will be trolled that it is fake.

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Shatta Wale to prove he’s serious shared photos of him wearing just a big T-shirt with no pants on.

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Meanwhile, Shatta Wale has added a brand new Toyota V8 Land Cruiser to his fleet of luxury cars.

The artist who is known for his affection for vehicles likewise paraded another Range Rover he bought in January in the same video.

The Range Rover which he flaunted a few months prior has been licensed with a customized plate ”1 Don”.

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Bits of hearsay when the vehicle was disclosed showed that the vehicle wasn’t new and was a remodel of his old white Range Rover, yet it is currently clear those tales were bogus.

The V8 Land Cruiser which he was seen driving in the video was additionally unregistered. It’s presumably his most recent procurement and is yet to go through the enlistment cycle.