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Medikal and Shatta Wale dragged for spraying cash on fans upon return from UK [Video]

Rapper Medikal and Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale have been called out by netizens for spraying cash on the streets upon their return from the UK.

The pair came back from a triumphant performance at the Indigo O2 in the UK, organized by Medikal on May 3, 2024, where they filled up the 2,800-seat venue.

They were joined by some A-list Ghanaian artistes, including Sarkodie, and Bisa Kdei.

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Shatta Wale and Medikal
Medikal and Shatta Wale

In videos spotted on social media, Medikal arrived at Kotoka International Airport on May 14, 2024, and was joined by Shatta Wale.

The two were greeted by throngs of fans and supporters who had come to welcome the artistes and congratulate them on their success.

In one video, the duo was seen clutching stacks of cash, climbing the roof of a car, and spraying the money on the excited fans.

In another video, Medikal’s convoy halted in the midst of traffic, and cash was sprayed onto the streets as excited hawkers scrambled for the notes.

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The display, however, was not well received by many on social media, who proceeded to lambast the duo. Some called for more personal and responsible ways of giving.

While some defended the gesture, saying it was beneficial for those struggling in tough economic times, others saw it as a reckless act that could lead to accidents or even legal repercussions, referencing similar incidents in Nigeria.

Some reactions are shown below:

“I’m sad by tomorrow some people will be removing their mouth somewhere… IGP, we greet you oo,” one social media user posted.

“He would have been arrested and arraigned in court if he was in Nigeria. The exact cause of Bob Risky’s arrest. The currency must be respected,” another social media user posted.

God have mercy on these men who have 5 cedis notes to spray in public but can’t take care of their kids and mothers. It’s a pity I’m sad,” another said.

“Why can’t you give the money to them personally?” another added.

Those saying this must stop, please talk for yourselves. Ghana is hard; the street sometimes needs those coins to hold body. Don’t come spoil things for anybody because you’re okay. Not everybody does hard work and earns good money. Allow the street,” one defended.

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Simon Kabutey
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