Ghanaian rapper, Yaa Pono also known as Ponobion joins the tall list of celebs to react to the arrest of Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr, also known as Shatta Wale.
It would be recalled that on Thursday, October 21, 2021, the dancehall recording artiste, Shatta Wale, and his three accomplices were remanded into prison custody after judgment was passed at the Accra Circuit Court following his fake shooking saga which according to the constitution, is an offense punishable by law for causing fear and panic.
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Well, Rapper Yaa Pono has reacted to the arreste and remanding of Wale whom he referred to as his son, pleading that he gets released. This might come as a big surprise to many of you knowing the fact that the two (Pono and Wale) have not been the best of friends following their beef.
But it is what it is, Yaa Pono on Saturday, October 23, 2021 took to his official Twitter handle where he pleaded with the IGP to release his son so he can deal with him personally, and also cracked some jokes in there.
“Oh so who I go worry den Dey en top , pls papa see to ma pikin @shattawalegh make he come home make I deal with am #ponobiom #sovran“
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In other story, Medikal has also been remanded into prison custody to spend five days.
Hiplife artiste, Samuel Frimpong, popularly known as Medikal, has been remanded to prison custody for five days.
This was the ruling of a Circuit Court judge in Accra on October 22, 2021, on the artiste’s first appearance in court for brandishing a weapon.
Medikal, who has been charged with display of arms and ammunition, pleaded not guilty to the charge.
At the hearing on Friday, counsel for the Ghanaian rapper, Emmanuel Yeboah Gyan, prayed the court to grant his client bail as he is a law-abiding citizen and had family on standby to meet the bail conditions.
But the prosecution opposed the plea, arguing that the individual rights of Medikal to bail are subservient to the community interest, which ought to be protected. He further argued that parts of the case are still under investigation. Read More Here.