Reggae-dancehall musician, Shatta Wale, has revealed that his greatest regret in life is not being able to pursue a profession in law.
“My biggest regret in life is that I didn’t become a lawyer” – Shatta Wale said in the interview.
He went on to say that he is still thinking about becoming a lawyer, but that he will do so “when I have earned enough money.”
Despite his current success as a musician, he expressed a desire to pursue a legal career.
Additionally, Shatta Wale stated that he sees himself as a “nice guy,” even if he realises that not everyone thinks.
In other news, Charlotte Adjetey, Terry Bonchaka’s mother, spoke about how Shatta Wale has assisted her financially since her son died in 2003.
According to her, the Reggae Dancehall Artist gave the money to his father, Shatta Capo, who then handed it on to her as an homage to her son.
She was also questioned if late Terry Bonchaka’s colleagues had done what Shatta Wale had done for him, and if she thought her son had gotten enough credit, to which she replied, “Yes.” Terry Bonchaka has received enough recognition.