Shatta Wale, the popular Ghanaian dancehall artist, has shared his greatest regret in life – not pursuing a career in law.
Despite his achievements as a highly acclaimed musician, he admits to feeling unfulfilled and yearns for the opportunity to practice law.
In a recent interview with BBC’s Stefania Okereke, Shatta Wale confessed, “If there’s one thing I regret, it’s not becoming a lawyer.”
Although he is currently successful in the music industry, Shatta Wale revealed that he still contemplates the idea of studying law, vowing to do so when he has amassed enough wealth.
His determination to pursue a legal career persists, even in the face of his present accomplishments as a musician.
Furthermore, Shatta Wale acknowledged that while he considers himself a kind-hearted individual, he is aware that not everyone perceives him in the same light.