Video: Shatta Wale Explains why he now Charges for Shatta Wale’s Tuesday Market advertisements
Ghanaian Dancehall star Charles Nii Armah Mensah popularly known as Shatta Wale has explained why he now charging fees for Shatta Wale Tuesday Market advertisements.
Earlier this year, Shatta Wale outdoored a free advertisement Scheme which he uses to advertise his fans business called Shatta Tuesday Market.
However, Shatta Wale has put out a flier which indicates that Shatta wale now charges fees for Shatta Tuesday Market advertisements which many Ghanaian criticized.
Explaining why he now charges fees for Shatta Wale Tuesday Market advertisements, the “Dancehall King” Hitmaker indicated that ads on his pages and under his posts still remains free but ‘pay per posts’ is for those who want to do real business with the initiative
Watch the Video Below
explanations about the new face of the Tuesday market for SM🙏💴
Your ads on his pages, and under his posts still remains free, but ‘pay per posts’ from those who want to do real business with the initiative @shattawalegh on Zylofon 102.1 fm with Sammy flex #Taadismfanbase pic.twitter.com/qL60o8KtTe
— TAADI SM FAN BASE (@TaadiSmFanBase) October 28, 2020
As talkative as Ghanaians are, many of them commented on Shatta Wale’s explanation of why he has decided to now charge for Shatta Tuesday Market advertisements.
SM MILEY CYRUS
Today was Tuesday and she posted nothing on her page neither did she retweet those who posted their business. King it’s about time you choose serious people not those with personal interest alone
ASHAIMAN SHATTA WALE
With all due respect king this is the first time you post a tweet this year that in hours you couldn’t get 1k likes pls . You said this initiative is to pay back to the street what is the meaning of this coordinator thing pls don’t take we the fans for granted
IN OTHER NEWS
Ghanaian Dancehall star Charles Nii Armah Mensah pupularly known as Shatta Wale now charges GH¢300 per day for Shatta Tuesday Market.
Below are the Prices for Shatta Wale’s Tuesday Market advertisements;
- GH¢300 per day
- GH¢750 for three (3) days and
- GH¢1,800 per week.