Shatta Wale Shares Throwback To When Poverty Was Biting Hard, Says “You Need To Come Face-to-face With The Past, Not As Some Naive, Easily Wounded Boy, But As A Fighter”

Shatta Wale Shares Throwback

“You Need To Come Face-to-face With The Past, Not As Some Naive, Easily Wounded Boy, But As A Fighter” — Champion Shatta Wale Says

It’s only a fool that will begin to live extravagantly forgetting those days spent yawning because of hunger. People who have made it, share their story and provide evidence on this to inspire others so they know that no condition is permanent. Shatta Wale just shared a throwback to when poverty was really biting him so hard. He wrote:

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“You need to come face-to-face with the past, not as some naive, easily wounded boy, but as a fighter. Not to see what you want to see, but what you must see. Otherwise you’ll carry around that baggage for the rest of your life.”

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You can tell from the walls that Shatta Wale needed a miracle to get out of poverty. Today, his fans call him champion. He drives the biggest cars, got cash in his pocket and his good music has brought fame his way.

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