Ghanaian dancehall singer, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, popularly known as Shatta Wale, has revealed that not becoming a lawyer is his biggest regret in life.
the singer disclosed this in a recent interview with BBC’s Stefania Okereke, saying he doesn’t feel fulfilled despite being a successful multi-award-winning musician.
The self-acclaimed African Dancehall King said he is still interested in becoming a lawyer, adding he is a nice guy, but many do not see him as such.
He said, “My biggest regret in life is that I didn’t become a lawyer.
“When I make enough money. I know I’m a successful musician, but I wanted to be a lawyer.”
Naija Is Winning Big Time
Meanwhile, Shatta Wale has applauded the achievements and growth of Nigerian singers.
The singer, while congratulating fast-rising Nigerian artiste, Asake, who sold out the 20,000-capacity O2 Arena in London, United Kingdom, recently, said the successes of Nigerian musicians had dwarfed the achievements of their Ghanaian counterparts.
In a post shared on Twitter, Shatta Wale said Nigerians are winning big time, making the Ghanaian music industry look like a feeding bottle when compared to Hennessy bottle.