Ghanaian Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale showed his time in prison had taught him a few lessons after begging the IGP for forgiveness.
Born Charles Nii Armah, Shatta Wale run back into the meeting room with the IGP to plead for forgiveness after initially storming out in a huff.
Fear-gripped Shatta Wale even had to kneel before the IGP and beg for his apology to be properly accepted.
The dancehall king once again decided to cause a scene at the meeting between the IGP and celebrities held at the Police Headquarters.
During the meeting, Shatta Wale reportedly pulled out a mobile phone and was told to put it away.
Shatta as usual became furious and stormed out of the meeting, complaining over being mistreated.
According to him, other celebrities were allowed to use their mobile phones yet after removing his phone he was being told to stop.
A video that came out showed Wale storming out, screaming on top of his voice and complaining over being mistreated.
Watch the video below…
After all his outburst, Wale reportedly later went back in to beg.
According to reports from a person in the room, Wale came back, kneeled before the IGP and begged for forgiveness.
Despite bragging that he’s not afraid and can be jailed for life, it seems his few days in jail has taught Wale some valuable lessons!
Read the explanation of what happened and Wale’s apology below…