Shatta Wale once cried and knelt to apologise to Mahama – Dr Lawrence Tetteh

Founder of Worldwide Miracle Outreach, Dr Lawrence Tetteh has detailed a memorable encounter in a plane between former President John Mahama and dancehall artiste Shatta Wale.

Dr Lawrence Tetteh revealed that he coincidentally boarded the same plane to London with the duo and they were seated not too far apart from each other.

According to him, he was approached by Shatta Wale to lead him to John Mahama’s aisle for a brief encounter, which he agreed to, being a mutual of the two parties.

“Shatta Wale came to me and said ‘my father, I want you to do me a favour. I threw certain words at former President Mahama and I feel very guilty to go to him.’ I held his hand and I marched him there. It was on the plane, publicly and I have videos of it I will share”.

Dr Tetteh said he was left bewildered when Shatta Wale broke down in tears and went on his knees when ushered to Mahama’s seat.

He revealed that Shatta profusely apologised to the former President for insulting him during one of his unwarranted outbursts some years back.

His disrespect strained the friendship he once brewed with Mr Mahama during his campaign tour, where Shatta engaged the crowd.

Nonetheless, Dr Lawrence, in an interview on GTV said that Mr. Mahama wholeheartedly accepted the apology and even made jest of the situation.

He, however, cautioned Shatta Wale to be on his best behaviour, being a role model.

Dr Tetteh said the artiste showcased humility, accepted his fault and promised not to repeat his actions.

Source: myjoyonline.com

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